James B. Shrimp Presenting NLRB in the Non-Union Workplace

James B. Shrimp, Esq. will be presenting an education workshop to the Greater Philadelphia Hotel Association on Oct. 3, 2016. The workshop at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown will address the National Labor Relations Board’s Impact in the Non-Union Workplace, including discussing Employee Handbook Provisions – Risks and Best Practices.

 

As Fall Approaches, It Is Time to Think About a Philadelphia Tax Assessment Appeal

September 26, 2016As the summer starts to wind down, it’s that unfortunate time of year when we have to start thinking about some of the less fun things that come with the approach of fall.  You know, back to school, the end of weekends down the shore, and Philadelphia tax assessment appeals. The deadline for filing an appeal on your tax assessment for owners of properties in Philadelphia is Oct. 3, 2016.  Accordingly, now is the time to start considering whether you want to appeal your Philadelphia tax assessment.Continue reading “As Fall Approaches, It Is Time to Think About a Philadelphia Tax Assessment Appeal”

Is Faulty Real Estate Workmanship Covered Under CGL? NJ Supreme Court Says Yes.

September 26, 2016By: Mark R. Fischer, Jr.Consider this situation: Your company is the general contractor on a large construction project. You hire several subcontractors to perform portions of the work. The job is completed and everyone seems happy. Then several months later, the real estate owners come back to you and claim that some of the work was defective and caused thousands of dollars in damage to other portions of the property. Naturally, your first thought may be that your commercial general liability (CGL) insurance policy should cover you for the claims. However, many real estate contractors are left wondering what they paid for when the carrier denies their claims.Continue reading “Is Faulty Real Estate Workmanship Covered Under CGL? NJ Supreme Court Says Yes.”