DOL Issues Proposed Rule That Would Require Employers to Pay Overtime to Currently-Exempt Salaried White-Collar Employees Who Earn $50,440 Per Year or Less – Regardless of Their Duties.

On June 30, 2015, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced a long-awaited Proposed Rule …

Posted in Blog, Labor & Employment

William P. Lewis and Lauren N. Woleslagle Join Tucker Arensberg

The law firm of Tucker Arensberg, P.C. is pleased to announce that William Lewis and …

Posted in Press Releases

When the Friendly Government Inspector Arrives

When I used to work in the Office of Chief Counsel for the Commonwealth of …

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Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act Not Applicable to Public Works Project

In a decision issued last week in Clipper Pipe & Service, Inc. v. Ohio Casualty …

Posted in Blog, Construction

The Recent Auditor General Report and Central Pennsylvania Hospitals

In April, 2015, the Pennsylvania Auditor General released a Report that chastised the Department of …

Posted in Blog, Health Care Law, Labor & Employment

Experts Examine Supreme Court’s Baker Botts Ruling and Potential Implications For Professional Fees

ABI held a media teleconference on June 18, 2015 featuring experts discussing the Supreme Court’s …

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Public Transit Passes Satisfy the Transportation Requirements of the Charter School Law

Hoffman v. Steel Valley School District, 1002 C.D. 2014 (Pa.Cmwlth. 2015).  The provision of public …

Posted in Articles & Newsletters, Blog, Municipal & School

Cutting Costs By Reviewing Ongoing Medical Care For Injured Workers

Long term medical care related to workplace injuries can be a costly and frustrating proposition …

Posted in Blog, Workers Compensation

Work Made for Hire. An overview of the copyright concept

Please use the link below to access this article that appeared in the American Physical …

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Bankruptcy Blog Re: Debtor’s Funds When Case Is Converted From Chapter 13 To Chapter 7

The Supreme Court of the United States was recently asked whether, when a debtor in …

Posted in Blog, Insolvency/Creditor's Rights/Bankruptcy