What do employers need to know about paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act?
Gov. Tom Wolf announced a mandatory shut-down of all non-life sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania effective at 8 p.m. on March 19, 2020.
Those employed in Pennsylvania, who are unable to work because of COVID-19 (the Coronavirus), may be eligible for unemployment compensation benefits.
If you are headed down the aisle or have recently taken that trip, marriage may mean more than just a name change or a change of address.
Attorney Aaron D. Martin has been appointed a trustee of The Fairness Center, a nonprofit, that provides free legal services to those in disputes with public sector union officials.
Responding on your own to a licensing investigation or meeting with the board investigator, without legal representation, is one of the biggest mistakes a licensed professional can make when faced with an investigation notice from the state board.
In manufacturing jobs many times employees are required to perform the same motion repeatedly or maintain certain body positions or grips, which can result in repetitive motion injuries.
Social Security Disability (SSD) is for people, who during their employment history, have amassed enough work credits by paying Social Security payroll taxes. To be considered for Social Security Disability you must be suffering from a severe condition that is expected to last at least 12 months; or result in death; or that prevents you from performing the work you did; or any other work at Substantial Gainful Activity levels.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that the use of the voice memo app on a smartphone to record a conversation, without the permission of the participants in the conversation, is a violation of the Pennsylvania Wiretap Act.
This is the third in a series of three articles dealing with some of the major decisions facing automobile insurance consumers when buying their car insurance. The third topic deals with coverage “stacking.”