Blogs

Blog posts from EarpCohn attorneys on a range of topics.

Oct 2018

Is Your Fine Print the Right Fine Print?

I’m a trial attorney who specializes in contract disputes and other business litigation. In my work, much of my time…

Douglas F. Johnson
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Douglas F. Johnson


Sep 2018

Proposed Regulations Issued in Response to Workarounds to Limit on State/Local Tax (SALT) Deduction

The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service have issued proposed regulations under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code (the…

Bradley S. Cohen, Esq.
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Bradley S. Cohen, Esq.


Sep 2018

Three (3) Not-So-Obvious Reasons To Have a Will

Perhaps surprisingly, people of fame and wealth are often remiss in not having even a basic estate plan. The results…

Stephen Pappaterra
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Stephen Pappaterra


Sep 2018

The Three Unrelated Persons Rule for Student Housing in Philadelphia

Leasing multi-family property in Philadelphia is not easy. Although many landlords are aware of the more general requirements for leasing…

Michael Haviland
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Michael Haviland


May 2018

Gibson Guitars Files for Bankruptcy: What Does This Mean For You?

In a move reminiscent of The Who’s Pete Townshend smashing his guitar (which, incidentally, were usually Gibsons), Nashville based Gibson…

Allen Etish
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Allen Etish

Richard M. Schlaifer
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Richard M. Schlaifer


Apr 2018

Don’t Forget About Your Pets When Reviewing Your Estate Plan

We consider our pets important members of our family.  We are there for them when in need and strive to…

Bradley S. Cohen, Esq.
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Bradley S. Cohen, Esq.


Mar 2018

Committee on Federal Relations

Michael J. Haviland, Esquire, attended a meeting with the New Jersey Legislature’s Assembly Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Federal Relations…

Michael Haviland
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Michael Haviland


Feb 2018

Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Individual, Estate and Gift Taxes

On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) was signed into law, making significant changes to…

Bradley S. Cohen, Esq.
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Bradley S. Cohen, Esq.


Jul 2017

A Tree Grows in New Jersey: The Proposed Legalization of Recreational Marijuana in New Jersey

On January 18, 2010, then New Jersey governor Jon Corzine signed into law the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana…

Michael Haviland
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Michael Haviland


Mar 2017

Members, Managers, and LLCs: How Act 170 Changes Pennsylvania’s LLC Laws

Pennsylvania has significantly overhauled its business laws through comprehensive legislation (“Act 170”), part of which has already gone into effect….

Michael Haviland
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Michael Haviland