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We all know, to one degree or another, about stories of how children were forced to work many long, hard hours at and near the turn of the last century especially. What you may not know, however, is that Pennsylvania’s most recent child labor laws were passed in 2012. The Pennsylvania Child Labor Act of […]
Looking to rent a storage unit in PA? Know your rights and protections afforded to you in Pennsylvania with this guide to Self Storage Unit Tenant Protections. Contact us to discuss storage unit laws in PA and how they apply to your case.
Let’s face it, Employers; firing an employee is one of the toughest things you have to do in your business. Except for those rare occasions (or people) where it provides some measure of gratitude to get rid of a truly “bad apple,” this is one thing that routinely keeps supervisors up at night. That said, […]
5 Things that will make your lawyer cringe From time to time, well-meaning clients will contact us after attempting to handle their legal issues on their own. Here are some things to avoid that will help you in the long run. 1. Signing a Lengthy and Complicated Contract without Reading it or Getting it Reviewed […]
If you are an employer in Pennsylvania, you should have a handbook and/or a policies and procedures manual. This Employee Handbook or Manual will be your “get-out-of-jail-free” card if and when an employee sues you down the road. Perhaps, “get-out-of-jail-free” is a bit much to expect of a handbook, but the manual is almost always […]
On February 16, 2016 Senate Bill 166, also known as the Second Chance bill, was signed into law. This new law chances existing law about how certain criminal history information can be used, and more importantly, seals certain criminal history information from public disclosure. Non-violent 2nd degree and 3rd degree misdemeanor records can be sealed from […]