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Please contact us so we can better assist you. We handle bad faith denial of claims against insurance companies. We would need a bit more information to better answer your question.  Thank you, J ...Read more

Probably.  The application does not belong to you. But no one will care.  Your SSN is on your payroll records, and is easily discoverable, so I do not think it is an issue.

Yes, you can have a contract with your boyfriend providing virtually whatever you want - that you are to receive a certain percentage of the profits from any sale, that you have a right to live there ...Read more

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Philadelphia Employment Lawyers: Male Employee Sues Yahoo for Sexism

A former editor at Yahoo has filed a lawsuit alleging that female managers discriminated against male employees in both their hiring and termination practices. According to the plaintiff, the tech-gia ... Read more

Philadelphia Physician Employment Contract Lawyer: Restrictive Covenants and Public Policy

Although post-employment restrictive covenants (“Non-Compete Agreements”) are not per se unenforceable, they are not favored in Pennsylvania and have been historically viewed as a trade re ... Read more

TOWSON REAL ESTATE LAWYER DISCUSSES FORECLOSURE AUCTIONS

On Tuesday the Court of Special Appeals issued an opinion in the case of Fisher v. Ward. This case is the latest in a long line of cases limiting the ability of owners facing foreclosure to challenge ... Read more

Philadelphia Breach of Contract Lawyers: Craigslist Copyright Lawsuit

A long-standing case between Craigslist and 3taps has finally been resolved. The two companies came to a settlement agreement for one million dollars that Craigslist will be donating to the Electronic ... Read more

Philadelphia Business Lawyers: Breach of Contract

To establish a breach of contract, there must be a legally binding contract (agreement) or bargained-for exchange that is then not honored by one or more of the parties to the contract. If one pa ... Read more

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