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Obermayer’s Estate Planning newsletter - Summer 2014 - Snowbirds Beware: The Pennsylvania Tax Man Wants to Know Where Your Heart Is

In this issue: - Snowbirds Beware: The Pennsylvania tax man wants to know where your heart is - Some reminders about Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exclusions - . . . and about IRAs - A consumer tip:…more

Beneficiaries, Gift-Tax Exemption, Inherited IRA, IRA, Tax Planning

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Prepare, Don’t Panic – Seven Tips for Ebola Preparedness in the Workplace

While there have only been four confirmed cases of Ebola in the United States, public concern about the potential spread of the virus has been growing rapidly. Most experts agree that the U.S. health system is well-equipped to…more

Ebola, Employee Rights, FMLA, Safety Precautions

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When and Where Should I File to Modify My Child Custody Order?

Did you know that you can file to modify your child custody order at any time? Unlike in child support cases where a change in circumstances is needed to modify the order, a custody order can be modified at any time. If you…more

Child Custody, Custody Modification

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Reminder to Private Employers: EE0-1 Reports Due Soon!

If you are a private employer with 100 or more employees, you must file an EE0-1 Report with the federal Joint Reporting Committee no later than September 30, 2014. The EEOC uses this employment data to detect employment…more

Civil Rights Act, Deadlines, EEO-1, EEOC, Employee Rights

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Managing Employee Medical Leave: How Much Leave Is Reasonable?

To date, there are few bright line rules to guide employers in determining how much leave is reasonable under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Further, employers sometimes mistakenly assume that if an employee has…more

ADA, Disability, Employee Rights, Employer Liability Issues, Employer Mandates

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How to Structure an Employee Severance Package Regarding COBRA and the ACA

Often, when parting ways with an employee, an employer may offer to pay for some months of COBRA continuation coverage so that the employee can remain covered without having to pay the substantial premiums associated with COBRA…more

Affordable Care Act, COBRA, Employee Benefits, Employee Rights, Employer Liability Issues

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The Trend Continues … Pittsburgh Passes Pregnancy Accommodation Legislation

Earlier this month, the Pittsburgh City Council unanimously passed two city ordinances requiring employers to make reasonable accommodations for pregnant workers. The new legislation provides for temporary job restructuring and…more

Employee Rights, Pregnancy, Reasonable Accommodation

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Workplace Winter Safety: Protecting Employees from Winter Weather

Last year, temperatures throughout the United States dropped to record lows; and weather stations were abuzz with tips on preparing for the “polar vortex,” which brought with it arctic blasts and heavy snowfall. Meteorologists…more

Employer Liability Issues, OSHA, Workplace Safety

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Federal Judge Enjoins President’s Immigration Action

On Monday, February 16th, a federal judge in Texas ruled in favor of the state of Texas and 25 other states to halt President Obama’s executive action on immigration, which was announced in November 2014. HRLegalist previously…more

Administrative Procedure Act, DACA, Deferred Action, Obama Administration, USCIS

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Filing Joint or Separate Returns When Going Through a Divorce

Taxes Divorce 1955242Tax season is approaching quickly and couples who are going through a divorce need to determine how they are going to file. Certainly, this is a topic that you should discuss with your attorney and your…more

Divorce, Tax Returns

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Child Custody – How Do I Get My Kid For The Holidays?

Tis the season for holiday parenting time disputes. Whether it is Chanukah, Christmas or New Years, there is plenty to fight about this time of year…more

Child Custody, Divorce, Holidays

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Tips to Help Stem the Rising Tide of FMLA Claims

In recent years, the number of federal lawsuits filed under the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) has been steadily increasing. In 2012, there were 406 new federal FMLA cases filed nationally…more

Best Management Practices, Corporate Counsel, DOL, Employer Liability Issues, FMLA

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Restrictive Covenants in the Construction Industry: An Often Overlooked and Underutilized Source of Protection

Restrictive covenants come in many forms; they can be stand-alone agreements, such as a confidentiality agreement, or they can be included in various types of contracts, such as noncompete or nonsolicitation provisions in…more

AIA Construction Forms, Confidentiality Agreements, Construction Contracts, Construction Industry, Non-Compete Agreements

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NLRB Hands Unions An Early Christmas Gift – Employees Given Right To Use Company E-Mails To Organize

Today, in an anxiously awaited decision, the National Labor Relations Board gave unions an early Christmas present by overturning a previous ruling and providing employees the right to use their employer’s email system to…more

Email, NLRB, Protected Concerted Activity, Purple Communications, Unions

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Obermayer’s Estate Planning newsletter - Summer 2014 - Snowbirds Beware: The Pennsylvania Tax Man Wants to Know Where Your Heart Is

In this issue: - Snowbirds Beware: The Pennsylvania tax man wants to know where your heart is - Some reminders about Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exclusions - . . . and about IRAs - A consumer tip:…more

Beneficiaries, Gift-Tax Exemption, Inherited IRA, IRA, Tax Planning

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Child Custody: Determining Who Should be the Primary Custodial Parent

Many times the parent who is considered the primary caretaker assumes that he or she will automatically become the primary custodial parent. In Pennsylvania, this is no longer the case…more

Child Custody

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Real Estate Tax Liens Attach to Persons, Not Just Property

In 2013, the Pennsylvania legislature passed an amendment to the Municipal Claim and Tax Lien Law (Act No. 93 of 2013, the “Amendment”), designed to give municipalities and school districts improved means of collecting tax…more

Property Tax, State Taxes, Tax Liens

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Dog Owners: Beware of Divorce

Divorce takes an emotional toll on all families. For over 60% of the households in the United States, that also includes their pets. While all courts are required to address custody matters involving children, most states are…more

Custody, Divorce, Pets

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Oil Patch Regulators Order Bakken Crude “Stabilized,” A Step to Enhance Oil Train Safety

On December 9 the North Dakota Industrial Commission issued an Order requiring production facilities to separate volatile gases, the so-called “light ends,” like propane and butane, from crude oil before it is shipped to ports…more

Bakken Shale, Crude by Rail, New Regulations, Oil & Gas, Refineries

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News from the Health Law Gurus™

News from the Health Law Gurus™ is a weekly summary of notable health law news from around the country with helpful links to related content. Check back every week for the latest health law news stories. HIPAA in the Time…more

Affordable Care Act, Ebola, Health Insurance, Health Insurance Exchanges, Healthcare.gov

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Surprising Shakeup in Construction Lending: New Law Kisses Kessler Goodbye

On July 9, 2014, Governor Tom Corbett signed into law Act 117 of 2014 which amends the Mechanics’ Lien Law to grant lien priority to open-end mortgages over mechanics’ liens, provided that sixty percent (60%) of the proceeds of…more

Construction Contracts, Lending, Mechanics Lien

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Bankers Beware: A Term Sheet Might Be a Contract

A recent decision by the Pennsylvania Superior Court has lenders concerned that the common practice of exchanging term sheets with potential borrowers could saddle them with unintended contractual obligations. In County…more

Lenders, Purchase Agreement, Term Sheets

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Firm Leadership: Learn to Love Marketing Your Legal Practice

Successful professionals take time out of their busy schedules to develop some form of personal marketing plans. Then they do an amazing thing ... they actually implement them…more

Business Development, Firm Leadership, Legal Perspectives, Professional Networking

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The NLRB “Steals” Christmas with New “Ambush” Election Rules

Feeling the holiday spirit, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) (i.e., management’s “Grinch”) has stolen any chance for employers to enjoy the holidays, while bestowing another significant Christmas gift on Big Labor—new…more

Ambush Election Rules, NLRB, Union Elections, Unions

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Paid Sick Leave Is a Reality In Philadelphia: How Will It Affect Your Business?

Philadelphia has joined the 16 cities and three states that require private employers to provide employees with mandatory paid sick leave. The city ordinance, which was signed into law by Mayor Nutter on February 12, 2015,…more

Employee Rights, Local Ordinance, New Legislation, Paid Leave, Sick Leave

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What the New Alimony Law in New Jersey Means for You

On September 10, 2014, Governor Chris Christie signed an alimony reform bill into law, which makes significant changes to the New Jersey alimony statute, N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23. While the new law does not create alimony guidelines,…more

Alimony, Divorce

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Real Estate Tax Liens Attach to Persons, Not Just Property

In 2013, the Pennsylvania legislature passed an amendment to the Municipal Claim and Tax Lien Law (Act No. 93 of 2013, the “Amendment”), designed to give municipalities and school districts improved means of collecting tax…more

Property Tax, State Taxes, Tax Liens

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News from the Health Law Gurus™:

Reporting Deadline for HIPAA Breaches – March 1, 2015 – Did you have a HIPAA breach this year involving less than 500 individuals? If so, the deadline to report such a breach to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services…more

Data Breach, DOJ, Filing Deadlines, Healthcare Fraud, HHS

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Obermayer’s Estate Planning newsletter - Summer 2014 - Snowbirds Beware: The Pennsylvania Tax Man Wants to Know Where Your Heart Is

In this issue: - Snowbirds Beware: The Pennsylvania tax man wants to know where your heart is - Some reminders about Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exclusions - . . . and about IRAs - A consumer tip:…more

Beneficiaries, Gift-Tax Exemption, Inherited IRA, IRA, Tax Planning

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Federal Judge Enjoins President’s Immigration Action

On Monday, February 16th, a federal judge in Texas ruled in favor of the state of Texas and 25 other states to halt President Obama’s executive action on immigration, which was announced in November 2014. HRLegalist previously…more

Administrative Procedure Act, DACA, Deferred Action, Obama Administration, USCIS

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News from the Health Law Gurus™:

Reporting Deadline for HIPAA Breaches – March 1, 2015 – Did you have a HIPAA breach this year involving less than 500 individuals? If so, the deadline to report such a breach to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services…more

Data Breach, DOJ, Filing Deadlines, Healthcare Fraud, HHS

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Super Bowl or Bust: Can Employees Gamble on the Big Game?

It is estimated that the 100 million dollars in wagers that Nevada sports books accepted for the 2014 Super Bowl accounted for just 1% of all Super Bowl betting last year; and the total amount of money wagered on the upcoming…more

Best Practices, Corporate Counsel, Employer Liability Issues, Football, PASPA

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Can I Remove My Spouse From Our Home During the Divorce Litigation?

We know how difficult it is to remain under the same roof with your spouse during a divorce. Generally, during an initial consultation, clients always ask us what is the quickest way to remove his/her spouse from the marital…more

Divorce, Primary Residence

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Playing Hide and Seek with Marital Assets

Hiding assets during a divorce is sneaky, unethical and illegal – but, unfortunately, it happens. Hiding assets can be easy to do, especially if one of the parties handles the finances and the other spouse is unaware,…more

Divorce, Marital Assets

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Playing Hide and Seek with Marital Assets

Hiding assets during a divorce is sneaky, unethical and illegal – but, unfortunately, it happens. Hiding assets can be easy to do, especially if one of the parties handles the finances and the other spouse is unaware,…more

Divorce, Marital Assets

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Child Custody: Do grandparents have rights to custody of their grandchildren in Pennsylvania?

In 2011, the law in Pennsylvania changed as to the rights of grandparents to have custody of the grandchildren. Grandparents have the right to file an action for ANY form of physical or legal of custody if the following…more

Child Custody, Grandparents Rights

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