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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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Update: GDPR and Your Customers’ Privacy

Following the EU’s lead, Canada and California have also legislated new data collection and breach legislation. Earlier this year, Partner Keith Leonard explained some of the significant provisions of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, and its effects on U.S. businesses, in his July/August column for ACtion Magazine. Learn more by reading his full Read More

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Year End Estate Planning Review

The end of the year brings not only the holiday season, but thoughts of things financial for some. With the calendar year end approaching, the astute individual will want to perform a year end review of their estate with a planning professional to ensure that they are on track to meet long term financial objectives. Read More

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The Interactive Process

Employees in Pennsylvania are protected from disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA), but it can be difficult to determine specific rights you have as a disabled person. Suppose you are applying for a job and are worried about telling your prospective employer that you are disabled. Read More

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LEONARD SCIOLLA WISHES TO HONOR ALL THOSE WHO SERVE AND WHO SERVED IN THE PAST. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

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Partner Michael Tinari Featured in Philadelphia Inquirer Article

The most recent Philadelphia Inquirer article about August’s elevator crash at the Criminal Justice Center features quotes from partner Michael Tinari.   Published September 29, 2016

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Sleep Deprivation and Workplace Injuries

Sleep deprivation is a major cause of workplace injuries. Studies have shown that sleep-deprived workers are 70% more likely to be involved in a work accident. Lack of sleep slows reaction time and decreases attention, alertness and motivation. Shift workers (workers who provide services 24/7) are more likely to suffer from sleep deprivation because of Read More

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Corporate Whistleblowers Can Sue on Behalf of the Government

Did you know that citizens can bring lawsuits against corporations on behalf of the government? These whistleblower cases, also known as Qui Tam, uncover fraud and can bring big benefits to the government and whistleblower. Cases can include anything from companies evading taxes to scamming a government organization such as Medicare or Medicaid. If you Read More

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Be Careful When Choosing Limited Tort Coverage

Pennsylvania residents are able to choose between full tort and limited tort coverage when signing up for an auto policy. Many policy holders pick limited tort coverage because it keeps monthly payments down, but this choice can end up “limiting” your right to file a claim should you become injured in a car accident. Policy Read More

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