As employers plan for their hiring needs, they should also consider if new employees should be required to agree to be bound by any restrictive covenants as a condition of employment. Restrictive covenants, such as non-competition, non-solicitation, non-raiding, non-disclosure, and/or … Read more
It is anticipated that the use of internal corporate investigations will increase in frequency in the coming years for a variety of reasons, such as increased governmental regulation of certain industries and social changes, such as the “Me Too” movement. … Read more
Labor and employment matters can be especially complicated, often involving complex state and federal regulations.
Issues often arise quickly, requiring employers to make rapid decisions. The best way for employers to protect their interests is to work with a team … Read more
By: MaryJo Kishel, Esq.*
When you’ve invested substantial resources in developing the knowledge and skills of those you employ or engage, you should take action to insure your ownership of the intellectual property produced and discovered by them. Businesses often … Read more
As businesses which have been operating remotely (in whole or in part) during the pandemic make plans to return their workforce to their facilities, owners should closely monitor and review the rules and recommendations issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania … Read more
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (the “Act”), which was signed into law on March 11th, fully subsidizes the COBRA premiums (or the state Mini-Cobra law premiums if applicable) of “Assistance Eligible Individuals” and their dependents from April 1, … Read more