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This post was written by John D. Martini, Dodi Walker Gross, Dennis R. Bonessa and Lori M. Atkin.

Increasing scrutiny by the federal government could leave employers at risk for adverse consequences if they fail to make timely deposits of employee deferrals/contributions and loan repayments to retirement plans. The following brief alert outlines some frequently

This post was also written by Carl De Cicco and Amber M. Spataro.

In our everyday lives, we’ve all noticed or become a part of the phenomenon of social media Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, MySpace and more. The options offered and growth of the media have been staggering. With that growth has come new legal

This post was also written by Andrew T. Quesnelle.

On June 13, 2008, Gov. Ed Rendell signed into law the Pennsylvania Clean Indoor Air Act (S.B. 246) (the “Clean Indoor Air Act” or the “Act”). The Clean Indoor Air Act will take effect on September 11, 2008.

The Clean Indoor Air Act prohibits individuals