Pennsylvania now joins 12 other states in enacting a law that allows college student athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness.
Drowning in debt and feeling like you have no options? Financial trouble can be draining.
Filing for bankruptcy is a decision that should not be taken lightly. While many hardships that lead to bankruptcy may be unexpected, it still deserves an evaluation of personal responsibility, if only to help one prepare to avoid such a happenstance in the future.
Filing for bankruptcy can be an overwhelming process leaving you with many questions and worries.
Deciding whether or not to file for bankruptcy is never easy. If you have exhausted all other options, feel like you are drowning in debt and unable to make ends meet, bankruptcy may be a way to end the vicious cycle.
Prior to 2018, the majority of solar leases entered into by land owners were for the production of on-farm electricity.
For nearly five decades, Pennsylvania landowners, particularly the State’s farmers, have benefitted from the preferential tax assessment program known as Clean and Green.
The social distancing, telework, and like effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have only increased our use and reliance on electronic communications and assets.
Since July 1, 2015, Pennsylvania businesses have been able to convert from one form to another, with a few simple steps. Before 2015, a business entity that wanted to change its form (such as a general partnership to a limited liability company (LLC)) would have either needed to undergo a complicated merger process or would have had to transfer assets.
Memorandum: Employer Provided Vaccination Programs and Compensability under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act
There is no Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court or Pennsylvania Supreme Court case law on the question of the compensability of an “injury” sustained as a result of an employer administered vaccination program, regardless of whether the program is voluntary or mandatory. However, there are several cases on point before the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board. The cases indicate that where the vaccination program is mandatory, then finding that the injury was in the course and scope of employment is basically automatic. Where the vaccine was administered by the employer through a voluntary vaccination program, the question turns on whether or not the employee was furthering the interests of the employer by voluntarily agreeing to an employer administered vaccination.
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