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COVID-19: Philly Enacts COVID-19 Whistleblower Protection

By: Laurie A. McCarthy, Esquire [email protected] Philadelphia is ahead of the curve – as the first city in the U.S. to prohibit retaliation against workers seeking to enforce COVID -19 public health protections. On June 26, 2020, after unanimous passage by Philadelphia City Council, the Mayor signed an ordinance that adds a new chapter to […]

COVID-19: Am I liable for the debt of my deceased relative?

By: Robert B. George, Esquire [email protected] Dealing with the death of a relative, especially during these already very trying and stressful times, is a difficult task at best.  The situation is only further compounded when you find yourself having to deal with individuals contacting you about their purported debts. If you should find yourself in […]


By: Lisanne L. Mikula, Esquire [email protected] July 4 is a time to celebrate the founding of our nation and the hard-fought freedoms Americans enjoy, as well as providing an opportunity to reflect on those rights which our nation continues to strive to provide to all of its people. Due to governmental restrictions in place to […]

When is the Right Time to Call a Lawyer?

By: Matthew H. Fry, Esquire [email protected] Every day we make many different decisions, some more difficult than others.  Most of the times we make the hard decisions ourselves, but when such decisions impact your health, family, or property, you may want to seek advice from a professional.  Just like you would call the doctor when […]

COVID-19: Pennsylvania Goes Green On Friday, June 26, 2020!

By: Laurie A, McCarthy, Esquire [email protected] As of June 26, 2020, 66 of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties will be in the green phase.[1] The green phase is the third and least restrictive in Pennsylvania’s reopening plan; however, while green usually means go, moving into the green phase of reopening does not mean a return to normal. […]

COVID-19: Be Alert To New Unemployment Compensation Notification Requirements For Employers

By Lisanne L. Mikula, Esquire [email protected] Pennsylvania law now requires employers to provide to employees a specific notification of the availability of unemployment compensation (UC) benefits at the time an employee is either separated from employment or the employee’s hours are reduced.    The PA Department of Labor and Industry has created a form, Employer […]


By: Laurie A. McCarthy, Esquire [email protected]   Ten weeks after the stay-at-home order was issued for the entire Southeastern Pennsylvania region, things are expected to change. On Thursday afternoon Gov. Tom Wolf confirmed that the following counties will move from the red to the yellow phase on Friday, June, 5, 2020: Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, […]

COVID-19: Consider Waivers For Extra Protection For Your Business

By: Mathew H. Fry, Esquire [email protected] As the COVID-19 restrictions on businesses appear to be easing, clients have requested waivers to be signed by customers to protect them from liability in the event of an infection.  While it would likely be difficult to prove where an infection originated, waivers can give peace of mind to […]

COVID-19: Reopening Businesses

By: Robert B. George, Esquire [email protected] As many states are announcing plans to reopen businesses, employers need to be concerned about a number of operational and employment-related issues that can result in potential liability if not handled properly. A primary concern for employers as they begin to reopen businesses is and should be the safety […]

Memorial Day 2020: The parades and BBQ’s may be cancelled, but we can still honor all the men and women who lost their lives fighting for our freedom.

By: Laurie A. McCarthy, Esquire [email protected] Date: May 22, 2020 Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. This holiday is typically filled with parades and ceremonies to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending […]

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