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  • Pennsylvania Enacts Sweeping Changes to Liquor License Laws

    The Pennsylvania General Assembly passed the first major overhaul of liquor laws in 80 years. Pennsylvanians can now purchase wine at grocery stores, receive it in the mail, and purchase beverages 24/7 while in a casino. Signed into law on August 8th, 2016, Act 39 is one of the most significant changes to Pennsylvania’s liquor […]

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  • Employers and Employees Should Understand the Difference between Independent Contractors and Employees

    There are two general categories of workers, independent contractors and employees, and how the state and federal government classifies your workers will significantly affect your cost of doing business. A business pays independent contractors for the work they do and does not provide benefits, such as paid time off, health insurance, workers compensation insurance, or […]

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  • Six Aspects Of Pennsylvania Mechanics’ Liens Explained

    What is a Mechanics’ Lien? A mechanics’ lien is a legal tool that contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers can use to create a notice that there is a claim against a property related to construction of the improvements to the property. Mechanics’ liens help to secure payment of an outstanding debt. The lien acts as a […]

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  • Do You Need a Will?

    Dying without a will forces your family into a form of legal limbo known as “intestacy.” Intestacy are the rules applied by the state government to bequeath your property to your heirs after your death. It does not take into consideration your desires and the unique needs of your family.

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