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Attention New York Employers: First Deadline for New Sexual Harassment Policy and Training Requirements is October 9th

In April 2018, Governor Cuomo signed the 2019 New York State budget, which includes sweeping new requirements for sexual harassment policies and training for private employers of all sizes.  The October 9th deadline for all New York State employers to create, publish and implement sexual harassment policies is fast approaching. Even more bu...

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Lewis Recruits Volunteers Via Tangled Title Cases Seminar

Peter Lewis, Esquire, Partner at Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel, partnered with Philadelphia VIP and Pittsburgh Pro Bono Partnership to conduct a training seminar for attorneys and paralegals. The seminar, titled “A Guide to Representing Clients in Tangled Title Cases,” was designed to teach legal staff how to better help clients with t...

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Lawrence Tabas Quoted in CNBC Article Regarding Biden's Political Action Committee

Attorney Lawrence Tabas was quoted in the CNBC article, "Biden's PAC offers chance to win $3,500 trip to boost donations ahead of midterms" on Political Action Committee (PAC) donation content gimmicks. Former Vice President Joe Biden's American Possibilities PAC is offering a chance to win a trip to meet him, valued at $3,500, in which anyone wh...

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Taranae J. Hashemi to Present on Employer Liability at CLM Construction Conference

Taranae J. Hashemi will be speaking at the 2018 CLM Construction Conference regarding employer liability. The session, titled “Carriers Beware! Must-Knows about Employer Liability, the ‘Exclusivity Rule,’ Precluding Third-Party Litigation, and Indemnification,” will provide insight into how employers and insurers may avoid the litigation pr...

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Dividing Personal Property In Delaware

In addition to dividing assets and debts, Delaware Family Court has the authority to divide marital personal property such as furniture, dishes, candlesticks and televisions. If the parties cannot agree on the division of this type of property the Delaware Family Court does not typically hear evidence at trial over which party should receiv...

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Obermayer's Markey and George Earn Philadelphia Business Journal's Best of the Bar Awards

Pauline Markey and Edmond M. George, both of whom are Partners at Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP, were chosen as two of Philadelphia Business Journal’s 2018 Best of the Bar award winners. The awards were designed to honor the top lawyers within the Philadelphia region in business litigation, employment litigation, intellectual propert...

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Obermayer's Attorney Sprenkle Speaking on Multifamily Housing Panel

Obermayer Partner Stephanie J. Sprenkle, Esquire, will be speaking at the 43rd Annual Bond Attorney Workshop on a panel regarding Multifamily Housing. Ms. Sprenkle is a practicing attorney in the areas of banking, public finance, real estate, leasing and development, and general corporate matters. The panel will be hosted by the National Associati...

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Obermayer Attorney Speaking at Annual Bench Bar Conference

Philadelphia, PA – September 19, 2018 - Hillary J. Moonay, Esquire, recently returned attorney and partner of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP, will be speaking at the Bucks County Bench Bar Annual Conference on a panel titled Alternatives to Litigation: Mediation for Family Law and Civil Litigation Practitioners. The panel will take p...

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Obermayer's Dove Burns Named to 2018 New York Metro Rising Stars® List

Obermayer is pleased to announce that Dove Burns  has been selected to the 2018 New York Metro Rising Stars® list which spotlights the top up-and-coming lawyers in the NY Metro area. Dove was selected to the Top Women’s list. The list will appear in the October issues of the New York Metro Super Lawyers Magazine, the New York Metro Super Lawye...

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Family Law Partner Michael Bertin to Deliver PBI Course on High-Income Child Support Post-Hanrahan

This Friday, September 14, Michael E. Bertin, Esq.--the father's attorney in the Hanrahan case--will analyze and guide legal practitioners through the required presentation and multitude of legal issues facing a family trial attorney in the wake of the Hanrahan v. Bakker case, at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.   Topics to be discussed: High ...

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