Client Alerts

Driverless Vehicles Driving Change in Real Estate?
October 4, 2017

by John Iannozzi, Esquire and Joseph Talarico, Law Clerk October 2017 Five years ago, autonomous vehicles were merely a concept from some futuristic sci-fi film; however, today, driverless vehicles are already being tested on roads and companies are ready to implement driverless technology on a large scale. This innovation will not only impact the auto […]

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A Patient’s Access to Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania
May 31, 2017

By William G. Roark, Esq. Justifiably, plenty of attention has been paid to the supply side of the Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana industry.  At the time of publication, the Department of Health is currently reviewing applications for 12 permits to grow/process medical marijuana and 27 permits to dispense medical marijuana.  Articles, editorials, and lectures on the […]

PA Dept of Health Issues Permit Applications for Medical Marijuana Facilities
January 19, 2017

By Paul G. Mullin On January 17, 2017, the Pennsylvania Department of Health issued the permit applications, and the timelines governing such applications, for medical marijuana growers/processors and dispensaries. The Department of Health has established a tight window within which it will accept applications. They will be accepted from February 20, 2017 until March 20, […]

BUSINESS LAW ALERT: Federal Judge Blocks DOL’s Overtime Regulations
November 25, 2016

by Ethan O’Shea, Esq. The Department of Labor’s (DOL) revised overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) were scheduled to become effective on December 1, 2016. The new regulations increase the minimum salary level for exempt white collar employees from $23,660 per year to $47,476.00 per year.  The regulations also establish a mechanism […]

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BUILDER ALERT: Act 162 of 2016
November 19, 2016

Written by Carl N. Weiner, Esq. For the last years, amending a condominium or planned community declaration to create units out of convertible real estate or to provide needed adjustments to the declaration was an expensive proposition. Starting with Montgomery County, Recorders of Deeds in many Pennsylvania counties began charging fees of $10 to $15 […]

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