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PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS LAWYERS – BLOG

Am I Prohibited from Discussing Salary?

Salary might be one of the most popular topics of workplace speculation. While an employer may suggest employees not talk about salary or have a policy to prohibit them from doing so, the law actually protects an employee’s right to discuss their wages. The...

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Why Do I Need a Lawyer for My Small Business?

When a business is just getting off the ground, it can be tempting for a business owner to forgo unnecessary expenses. Oftentimes, having a lawyer on hand can seem like a superfluous use of limited financial resources. In other cases, engaging the services of a lawyer...

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Strikes Down No-Hire Clauses

On April 29, 2021, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania decided that businesses could not enforce overly broad no-hire clauses and non-compete agreements entered into with other businesses. The ruling in Pittsburgh Logistics Systems, Inc. v. Beemac Trucking, 2021 WL...

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How Do I Avoid Fraud as a Business Owner?

If you own a business, there is a great possibility that you are going to encounter an issue of fraud. When you do, it is going to be paramount that you understand how to mitigate any monetary damages, along with associated risks that your company’s reputation may...

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Can Employers Incentivize Vaccinations?

With a national push to get people vaccinated against the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the issue of personal privacy regarding health care is becoming more prominent. That is especially true in states in which vaccination rates are lagging. However, the federal government...

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What are the Paycheck Protection Program Loan Updates?

In 2020, the federal government approved a $900 billion relief package due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This package included the Economic Aid Act to help small businesses, nonprofits, and venues keep their companies running. Essentially, the Economic Aid...

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How can Schools Prevent Gender Identity Discrimination?

Executive Order 13988, Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation, expands upon prohibited forms of discrimination under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the...

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How can Small Businesses Avoid Lawsuits?

One of the most essential ways to keep a small business running well is to do everything possible to limit risk. Neglecting to avoid risk could lead to business tort litigation. It could only take one lawsuit to put a small company out of business and leave the owner...

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