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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of NCAA Athletes Monetizing on Name, Image and Likeness

On June 21, 2021 the Supreme Court ruled against the NCAA in a landmark case regarding compensation for college athletes. In a unanimous decision, justices voted that student athletes could receive education-related payments in a case that could allow more money currently funneled to the college sports industry to go directly to the players. The Read More

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New Jersey and Philadelphia Rules for Marijuana Screening of Employees

As society changes its views on marijuana, employers in the Delaware Valley and across the country need to adopt new policies regarding how they handle employees who use the substance. Both New Jersey and Philadelphia are making that happen. New Jersey enacted the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act (the NJ Read More

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Philadelphia 2022 Budget Proposal

Mayor Jim Kenney presented his proposed budget for 2022 to the Philadelphia City Counsel on April 15. The Covid-19 Pandemic caused a $750 million shortfall for last year’s budget and caused the Mayor’s Office to redo the budget it proposed just before the Pandemic began to affect Philadelphia. This year’s budget shortfall was anticipated to Read More

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I Dissent.

“We are at last beginning to relegate to the history books the idea of a token woman.” – Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on her legacy. We lost a legend this weekend. “When I’m sometimes asked ‘When will there be enough [women on the Supreme Court]?’ and my answer is: ‘When there are nine.’ People are Read More

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Questions Remain for Social Security Tax Deferral Even After IRS Issues Guidance

Payrolls this Friday may provide employees with an additional 6.2% to their paycheck, but in the spring those individuals could have their paychecks reduced to make up for it. President Donald Trump issued the Memorandum on Deferring Payroll Tax Obligations in Light of the Ongoing COVID-19 Disaster (the “Memorandum”) on August 8, 2020. The Memorandum Read More

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Johnson & Johnson Pays Up To $6.3 million in Class Action Lawsuit Over Infant Tylenol

U.S.-based holding company Johnson & Johnson has recently agreed to pay up to $6.3 million in a class-action lawsuit involving customer complaints over infant Tylenol. On its packaging, J&J claimed that infant Tylenol was uniquely formulated specifically for babies, when in reality it was found to be the same concentration as children’s Tylenol. Although the Read More

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REAL ID & Philadelphia Marriage Certificates

Beginning next fall, all Pennsylvania residents are required to hold a REAL ID in order to fly domestically or enter government facilities. The process of securing a REAL ID is much more complicated than that of a driver’s license because REAL ID applicants are required to present four different types of legal documentation to PennDOT. Read More

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A Sparkling Dilemma

In 2017, House Bill 542 was passed allowing the legal statewide sale of certain fireworks to citizens. However, the Bill is in direct conflict with the Philadelphia Fire Code which strictly prohibits people from actually using them within City limits unless you have a permit. The two laws were in conflict last Fourth of July as well. Read More

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Planning For Your Estate: Digital Assets

Digital assets, and access to those assets, are becoming exceedingly more prevalent. Digital assets are defined as any electronic record, including everything from social media accounts, to domain names and blogs, to cryptocurrency. In a recent study by McAfee, it was found that the average person worldwide has over $35,000.00 in digital assets and the average Read More

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International Women’s Day

March 8th is International Women’s Day. On this day in 1909, the first Women’s Day was observed in the United States when female garment workers protested against poor working conditions. The very next year at the Socialist International meeting in Copenhagen, Women’s Day was established as an international holiday to raise awareness about the inequality of Read More

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