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Family Law Monthly Breakfast Series
TOPIC: DIVORCE AND REAL ESTATE: VALUING THE MARITAL RESIDENCE, REFINANCING

Seating is limited so advanced registration is required.  To register online, click on the button below, email us at Seminars@obermayer.com, or call the registration hotline at 215-665-3100.

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Family Law Monthly Breakfast Series
TOPIC: DIVORCE AND BUSINESS VALUATIONS

    Seating is limited so advanced registration is required.  To register online, click on the button below, email us at Seminars@obermayer.com, or call the registration hotline at 215-665-3100.

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Family Law Breakfast Series

Obermayer’s Essentials about Divorce and Custody Breakfast Series is a complimentary program designed to introduce and explore legal, financial and emotional topics to people who are considering divorce, going through divorces and need legal guidance and representation, as well as other professionals assisting their clients in these areas. C...

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Navigating the Shifting Seas: NLRB’S New “Ambush” Election Rules and Recent Decisions Impacting the American Workplace

All non-union employers need to know the new rules of the game. The NLRB’s “quickie election rules,” scheduled to become effective April 14, 2015, will radically change union election procedures and reduce the amount of time an employer will have to run a campaign and educate its workers. By shrinking this time period, employers w...

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Charter School Administrators: NRLB New Rules for Elections and Employee E-mail Use - What Does it Mean?

  NLRB’S New “Ambush” Election Rules In December 2014, the NLRB finalized its new election rules, which will change union election procedures and reduce the amount of time an employer will have to run a campaign and educate its workers. For years, the average period of time between the filing of a petition for an election u...

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Executive Action on Immigration: Employer “Cheat Sheet”

Webinar presented by the Labor Relations and Employment Law Department This webinar will cover the main points of President Obama’s Executive Action and its impact on employers.  Our speakers will highlight  the benefits for high skilled workers and expansion of work authorization for college graduates, and the expansion of the Def...

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Outlook from the U.S. Labor Department: What’s Hot in Wage and Hour Law and Updates on Recent Changes in the Law

Greater Valley Forge Human Resources Association &Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLPPresent Outlook from the U.S. Department of Labor: What’s Hot in Wage and Hour Law and Updates on Recent Changes in the Law The discussion will focus on enforcement strategies and the ins and outs of some of the laws enforced by the Wage and Hour...

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Take Your Best Shot: It's Time to “Stump the Lawyers” in our Labor Relations and Employment Law Department

On Wednesday, September 25, 2013, Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Department will host its popular “Stump the Lawyers” breakfast program. We invite you to attend and bring your workplace issues and questions to see if we can help you resolve them. Test our partners and associates wit...

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Overtime Overload: Workplace Headaches and Pitfalls Breakfast Briefing

Wednesday, April 10, 2013, Breakfast and Registration: 8:00 AM, Program:  8:30-10:30 AM

Cost: $100. CLE fee. NON-REFUNDABLE

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Labor and Employment Craziness on Tap for 2013: Are You Ready?

Location: Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP One Penn Center, 19th Floor (Conference Room 19A) 1617 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19103-1895 P (215) 665-3000 The Firm’s office is conveniently located in the Suburban Station building and is easily accessible via SEPTA. Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 Time: Re...

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