News and Publications

Browse the latest news and articles published by our attorneys.

Jul 2020

What’s In a Name? The Lady A Trademark Saga Continues

The name battle continues between the country group formerly known as Lady Antebellum and Seattle artist, Anita White, who goes by…

Carrie Ward
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Carrie Ward


Jul 2020

Shipyard Assoc. vs. City of Hoboken

In its recent opinion deciding the case of Shipyard Associates vs. the City of Hoboken, the Fund for a Better…

Richard S. Israel
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Richard S. Israel


Jul 2020

Pennsylvania Announces Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grants

Like everyone else in this new panicked world, small business owners throughout Pennsylvania awoke from this July 4th holiday weekend…

Martin N. Lisman
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Martin N. Lisman


Jul 2020

Custody Disputes in a Pandemic

Custody is one of the more difficult issues affecting divorcing parents and those who are trying to navigate co-parenting after…

Michael Kiernan
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Michael Kiernan


Jun 2020

Dress Giveaway Contest Gone Wrong – Make Sure the Language is Clear

Three women recently filed a lawsuit against actress Reese Witherspoon and her Draper James clothing company for a dress giveaway…

Carrie Ward
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Carrie Ward


May 2020

Business Restructuring Opportunities During COVID-19 Crisis

As bad as things may be right now for your business, please do not ignore opportunities that may exist to…

Donald A. Nogowski
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Donald A. Nogowski


May 2020

Baseball and Estate Planning in a COVID Environment

The risk of COVID–19 has left us feeling disempowered, one of the reasons many people are taking this time to…

Earp Cohn
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Earp Cohn


May 2020

The $64,000 Question With Carrie Ward

Check out Carrie Ward’s latest interview on the In House Warrior podcast hosted by Richard Levick.  On this episode, Carrie…

Carrie Ward
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Carrie Ward


May 2020

Proposed Regulations Clarify that Excess Section 67(e) Deductions Available Upon Termination of Estates and Trusts Retain their Character and are an Above-the-Line Deduction to Beneficiaries

On May 7, 2020, the Treasury Department and IRS issued long-awaited proposed regulations on the issue of the ability of…

Thomas L. Earp
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Thomas L. Earp


May 2020

Choosing a Family Law Attorney During and After a Global Pandemic

The global pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives.  Typical family stressors include financial and career difficulties, physical and…

Michael Kiernan
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Michael Kiernan