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How to Vote in this Year’s Election: New Jersey

The process of casting your ballot this year may look a little different. If you are unsure what your options are or just how to vote in whatever way you choose, you are not alone. There has been a lot of discussion regarding mail-in voting versus in-person voting and there are important things you need Read More

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How to Vote in this Year’s Election: Pennsylvania

Voting is different this year. There’s no way around that. If you have questions about how to navigate the differences, you’re not alone. There has been a lot of discussion regarding mail-in voting versus in-person voting and there are important things you need to know depending on which method you plan to use. Also, new Read More

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Hackers on the Hunt

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, hackers have developed new tools and strategies to obtain personal information and scam internet users. Some popular forms of scamming include luring users to Dark Net sites advertising Covid vaccines and hacking into work remote desktops to steal company, employee and client information. Hackers are also stealing social Read More

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COVID-19 in the Workplace

Enock Benjamin, a worker at the JBS meat processing plant in Souderton, contracted Covid-19 and died. Mr. Benjamin’s Estate has filed a suit against his employer, JBS, in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. The JBS plant was required to stay open due to the President’s use of the Defense Production Act declaring the meat Read More

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Dangerous Roads Ahead

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Philadelphia has seen an alarming spike in traffic-related deaths. As mandatory stay at home orders have continued, the number of cars on the road has decreased leading to less congestion on streets and highways around the city. It’s no secret that open roads entice people to drive faster Read More

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Could Barack Obama be President again?

This will probably not happen. But, Constitutionally, there is arguably a path to the Presidency again for President Obama. It all comes down to two Constitutional Amendments and how they work together. The first is the Twelfth Amendment, ratified all the way back in 1804, which states (relevantly): “[N]o person constitutionally ineligible to the office Read More

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Lack of Personal Protective Equipment and its Toll on Healthcare Workers

Since the start of the Coronavirus outbreak, healthcare workers nationwide have raised complaints about the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) being provided by their hospitals. Many of these complaints have been met with responses such as “you have to work anyway,” disciplinary actions for attempting to wear their own equipment, or in some cases, Read More

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Domestic Violence Numbers Spike Globally During Coronavirus Pandemic

For many of us, the stay at home order has been a way to keep ourselves safe and flatten the curve. But for some, home is more dangerous than ever. Victims of domestic violence are currently being directed to stay within the confines of their home and their abuser, causing domestic violence numbers to spike Read More

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Major League Baseball & the Players Association Reach Contract Agreement for Delayed Season

Shortly after publishing our recent blog post about the effects of COVID-19 on contracts, news broke that that Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association, better known as the Baseball Union, had reached an agreement detailing when the circumstance under which baseball could return, how salaries would be paid, how players’ service Read More

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CARES Act

Congress has approved and the President has signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to provide emergency financial relief to workers, families and small businesses impacted by the coronavirus. It totals more than $2 trillion. For healthcare efforts, CARES provides: $100B to healthcare providers and hospitals $27B for life-saving capabilities Read More

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