High Swartz Blog
In a recent decision, the PA Supreme Court reversed the Commonwealth Court’s ruling and in doing so, state that Airbnb-type rentals are against residential zoning laws. Back in
High Swartz Law Firm sells corner building at 425 DeKalb Street in Norristown to developer, making way for luxury apartments and restaurant café space. The developer sought to
What Are the Rules on Retaliation – Can I Discipline an Employee Who Has Previously Complained About Discrimination?
Being an employer requires multiple hats. Aside from day-to-day business operations and long-range planning, employers have to hire and fire employees, investigate workplace complaints, and discipline employees for
Political campaign signage has always been a point of significant controversy in PA, which has only intensified in the recent years. Because our democracy depends upon the free
Now is the time to contact a family lawyer to find out if the new spousal support changes and APL guidelines help or hurt, in terms of one’s
In late 2018, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided that employees may sue employers for the release of stolen confidential employee data. The Court’s decision in the Dittman vs.