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Underinsured and Uninsured Motorist Stacking Waivers

After a motor vehicle accident, it is important to understand your rights and the coverage provided by your auto insurance. Uninsured motorist (UM) and underinsured motorist (UIM) coverages provide compensation when you are injured in a car accident caused by another driver who is uninsured or whose insurance coverage is insufficient to compensate you for Read More

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Force Majeure

COVID-19 is obviously having a devastating effect on the health of many people around the world, and there has obviously been an immediate and destructive effect on many businesses, but the extent of the damage is still unknown. On the business side, what happens when a company is not able to complete its obligations under Read More

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Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act

The Family Medical Leave Act is an act which provides twelve weeks of job protection for qualifying individuals who must take leave due to their own or a loved one’s medical condition. Under the newly signed Families First Coronavirus Response Act, that protection is being extended through the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act Read More

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Facts for Families

On March 18, 2020, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was signed into law and requires employers with less than 500 employees to provide a certain amount of paid sick and paid leave to employees affected by COVID-19. One piece of that act, the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (EPSLA), provides employees with two Read More

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Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

This fall, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments between the City of Philadelphia and a Catholic foster care company that won’t place children with same-sex couples. This case, captioned Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, is the first case of its kind since the Court legalized gay marriage in 2015. Catholic Social Services (CSS), an Read More

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It’s a Taxing Time for All of Us…but many of us can remove the task of paying taxes by April 15 off our stress list

As an attempt to minimize the stress and financial burden on the U.S. taxpayers and small business owners during these trying times, the Federal Government is allowing individuals and businesses to delay paying their 2019 tax bills for three months. The goal is to inject up to $300B into the economy to avoid a recession. Read More

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Virtual Estate Planning Services

In these times of crisis, many may only just now be realizing that they do not have all of their estate planning and other end-of-life documents in order.  Everyone should at least have an executed and up to date Last Will and Testament.  Your Last Will and Testament tells the world to whom your belongings Read More

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Buying a Home in the United States as a Non-U.S. Citizen

In the United States, anyone may buy and own property regardless of citizenship. But while many foreigners own permanent properties, vacation homes and/or investment properties in the states, the rules of buying and selling can be tricky. Purchasing property is easiest for foreign buyers who hold a green card, work visa, or other document proving 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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UPDATE: The SECURE ACT has now been enacted

The Act was attached by to the 2020 Appropriations Bill on Monday by Amendment. The House passed the Appropriation Bill on Tuesday December 17 and the Senate passed the Bill on Friday December 20. The President signed the Bill into law the same day.

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