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A Shifting Landscape – The Impact of Divorce & Other Litigation on Irrevocable Trusts

Previously published in Philadelphia Bar Association Probate and Trust Law Section Newsletter, June 2017 What parent wants their hard-earned money getting distributed to a former daughter/son-in-law or a creditor of their child? In our estate planning practice, we have yet to meet such a parent.  Thus, we often recommend our clients (parents ...

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Deadline Looms for Haitians as DHS Extends Temporary Protected Status

A recent announcement by Homeland Security Secretary, John Kelly, carries an important message for employers concerned with I-9 Compliance.  On May 24, 2017, Mr. Kelly, extended Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for six months, through January 22, 2018.   The deadline for current beneficiaries to re-register for Haiti’s TPS design...

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Obermayer Forms Lender Liability Practice Group

David A. Nasatir, Chair of the Business and Finance Department at Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP, and Nick Poduslenko, who heads the Construction Law Group, will now also serve as co-Chairs of the firm’s Lender Liability Group . The Lender Liability and Workout Team is comprised of a multi-disciplinary group of attorneys from areas i...

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Obermayer Adds Litigation Attorney

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP adds Kellie M. Garson to the firm’s Litigation Department. Garson will be in charge of Obermayer’s Delaware office.   Garson concentrates her practice in general business and commercial litigation. She has experience in a wide range of business litigation matters in state and federal courts. She repr...

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Registration of Out of State Custody Orders

Most states have adopted the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA). This Act requires one state court to recognize the custody order of another state court.  In order for an out of state custody order to be recognized and enforced by another state, it must first be “registered.”  This entails the filing of a Peti...

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Obermayer Adds Litigation Attorney

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP adds Andrew R. Stoll to the firm’s litigation group. Stoll practices in the firm’s Doylestown and Philadelphia offices. Stoll is an associate in the firm’s litigation department where he participates in all aspects of civil litigation and trials. He practices in various areas, including commercial l...

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Obermayer Adds Health Law Attorney

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP adds Arielle R. Lusardi to the firm’s health law group. Lusardi practices in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Lusardi counsels health care providers, hospitals, and other health industry entities on health care regulatory and legal matters. She helps clients comply with both federal and state laws and ...

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The Doctor Is In – or Better Be to Satisfy PA’s New Informed Consent Requirements

With the increased presence of qualified staff members in a physician’s office and the constant time-pressure on physicians, many patients rely heavily on individuals other than the physician to answer questions about medications, procedures, and treatment plans. Physicians, in turn, lean heavily on qualified staff members to ensure patients ...

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Top Ten Questions in the T & E World

Title:                     “Top Ten Questions in the T & E World” Date:                     Thursday, June 29, 2017 Time:                    12pm to 1pm Faculty:                 Nina B. Stryker, Esquire                              Janene B. Reilly, Esquire ...

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Preparing for New York Paid Family Leave: Fast Facts and Best Practices for Empire State Employers

Overview While the U.S. is the only industrialized nation that does not require paid family and medical leave, New York’s incoming Paid Family Leave Program (“PFL”) will guarantee paid leave for nearly all private sector employees, joining programs in California, New Jersey, and Rhode Island. Continue Reading  

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