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Congratulations, Caroline!

Posted May 15, 2020

We are pleased to announce that Caroline Donato has earned her LL.M. in Trial Advocacy from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Caroline has graduated with Honors from this program. Caroline joined the Firm’s Business Department in 2014, then transitioned into Criminal Defense. Since then Caroline has been named a Main Line Top Lawyer for […]

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Can My Home Be Foreclosed Upon or Can I Be Evicted from my Apartment During The COVID-19 Crisis?

Posted May 12, 2020

By: Michael G. Louis, Esquire Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf issued an Order on May 7, 2020 that remains in effect until July 10, 2020 that no eviction proceeding against a tenant under the Landlord Tenant Act may be commenced or continue if already filed until July 10, 2020 or further Order of the Governor. In […]

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You Received Your PPP Loan, Now How Can You Use It?

Posted May 12, 2020

By: Peter E. Kratsa, Esq. The Payroll Protection Program (“PPP”), established under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) is designed to provide cash, in the form of a potentially forgivable loan, to enable small businesses and their employees to survive the economic devastation wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.  While we are […]

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Pennsylvania Grants Medical Malpractice Immunity to Doctors and Nurses Treating COVID-19 Victims

Posted May 8, 2020

By: Tim Rayne, Esquire On May 6, 2020, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed an Executive Order granting broad civil immunity from malpractice lawsuits arising out of care provided to Covid-19 patients. The immunity covers individual healthcare workers including doctors, nurses, hospital technicians, nursing home employees and other healthcare workers who have been involved in providing […]

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Report From The Bunker

Posted May 8, 2020

By: Ron Nagle, Esquire It’s been seven weeks since we were driven into semi-isolation. For most of us, it came without warning, separated  us from our accepted daily lives, our families, colleagues and friends, and forced upon us a new reality and an altered perspective. For those of us who are “senior citizens” and especially […]

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Must Be 18 or Older to Wed

Posted May 8, 2020

By: Adesewa Egunsola, Esquire On May 6, 2020, the Pennsylvania Senate signed and presented to Governor Wolf a bill which seeks to raise the minimum age to receive a marriage license to 18 years of age, with no exceptions. Currently in Pennsylvania, as is the case in many other states, individuals under the age of […]

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Do the Right Thing

Posted April 30, 2020

By: Lance Nelson, Esq. An evening a few weeks ago but still contained within the world remade by COVID-19, I walked the empty streets of my suburban Pennsylvania town thinking about the new doses of stress and anxiety infiltrating otherwise mundane existences. As a Family Law attorney, I am no stranger to the overwhelming uncertainty […]

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Family Court Update: April 27, 2020

Posted April 27, 2020

Starting immediately the Chester County Family Court will resume custody conciliation. For the foreseeable future  conciliations are going to be scheduled as video conferences. Scheduling notices will be sent out soon, but to start, the courts are looking to begin scheduling new conciliation dates for cases previously scheduled for  the week of March 23, 2020. […]

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The Economic Impacts of COVID-19: Notes on Equitable Distribution (Part I)

Posted April 24, 2020

The following is the first in a series of articles exploring the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis on the process of dividing property during a divorce, known as “equitable distribution”.  For people navigating the complexities of a divorce, each day can be unprecedented in emotional and logistical strain. And for a […]

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Governor Allows Construction to Resume May 1; New Law Tolls Time for Action on Land Use Applications: Updates from MacElree Harvey, Ltd.’s Land Use Department

Posted April 23, 2020

Brian L. Nagle  •  J. Charles Gerbron, Jr. •  Lindsay A. Dunn • Matthew M. McKeon Of Counsel: Ronald C. Nagle •  Jane M. Shields  •  Cara E. Williams Pennsylvania’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic is constantly developing, and the recent actions below will affect construction and land use/land development applications in the Commonwealth. Governor […]

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