Purchasing or selling a home, especially a first home, is a significant event. Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP has been helping buyers and sellers of real property with home purchases and home sales in Northeastern Pennsylvania for over 60 years. … Read more
Meet Attorney Ryan J. Brannon of our Real Estate Department!
Ryan received a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Delaware. During law school, he … Read more
Many business owners continue to operate their business as a sole proprietor despite the fact that a sole proprietorship offers no liability protection for him or her. The reason for this decision is oftentimes a desire to avoid the additional … Read more
With frequently changing laws and evolving business practices, employers should take the time to review and re-visit their existing employee handbooks with labor counsel to ensure that the handbooks are up-to-date and comply with current employment laws. Also, any employer … Read more
Meet Attorney Anthony J. Jensen of our Litigation Department!
Anthony earned his J.D. at Penn State Law, where he received several awards of excellence in different areas of law. While studying at Penn State, he served as the Student Works … Read more
Section 8834(a) of the Pennsylvania Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, which became effective in 2017, provides that a member of a limited liability company … Read more
Normally when selling a commercial or investment property, capital gains taxes must be paid on the sale. However, Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code provides an exception which allows a seller to defer paying tax on the sale proceeds … Read more
Meet Attorney Robert L. Gawlas, a member of our Litigation Department.
After graduating with a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania in 2013, Rob went on to earn his J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he … Read more
A business owner that has been approached about selling his or her business is oftentimes asked to sign a Letter of Intent or another document evidencing the acquirer’s preliminary expression of interest in purchasing the business (an “Expression of Interest”). … Read more