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What is the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act?

The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (“PWFA”) was recently passed in the U.S. House of Representatives. The legislation largely follows the guidelines set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). The PWFA, however, will go a step further in protecting...

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Does My Employer Have to Share If a Co-Worker has COVID?

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused confusion among companies, and employees are unsure about what information they need to share with their employer and what can stay private. COVID-19 is a very serious illness that can cause death, specifically in the elderly and...

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Small Business Fraud Discovered During Pandemic

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and to address the financial fallout experienced by many small business owners, the federal government instituted the Paycheck Protection Program. This program is part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act...

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Common Types of Business Lawsuits

According to the Small Business Administration (“SBA”), up to one-half of all businesses are likely to be sued in any given year and practically all businesses are the subject of a lawsuit at some point during their existence. Lawsuits can be very costly...

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How Can I Prevent Workplace Discrimination?

Most employers understand that they have an obligation to provide their employees with a discrimination-free workplace. While the laws regarding discrimination may be complex, employers can readily implement important protections to avoid discriminatory practices and...

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Are Rideshare Drivers Eligible for Unemployment?

On July 24th, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that a rideshare driver was legally entitled to unemployment benefits, even though he was previously disqualified because he was considered self-employed. In a groundbreaking opinion, the Court held that because Uber...

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