...TAXATIONProperty Tax Assessment • Joint vs. Individual...provided they pay the necessary filing fees and file the amended...
Maryland-based Offit Kurman has added labor and employment attorneys Neil A. Morris and Richard R. Morris to its Philadelphia office from Haddonfield, N.J.-based Archer & Greiner
The state attorney general shouldn't be dismissed from a case challenging Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage unless the governor is dismissed from the case also, lawyers for the Corbett administ
...the country alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). FLSA filings in 2013 are on pace to be the most filed in any...
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Wolf Block, the defunct firm that had its headquarters in Philadelphia, has said in court papers it is a New Jersey firm for purposes of diversity jurisdiction
...Severance Payments May Not Be Subject to FICA Tax The Legal Intelligencer November 20, 2013...
The second challenge to be brought in federal court against Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage should take a similar tack to the first and focus on the state's secretary of Health and secretary
...had a bright spot in 2013 thanks to the spate of IPO filings throughout the year. And Pennsylvania firms have been cashing in...
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