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Stefanie Sherr: Third-Generation Attorney Joins Firm

Stefanie Sherr: Third-Generation Attorney Joins Firm

We’re very pleased to announce that Tony’s daughter Stefanie Sherr has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Introducing a third generation of the Sherr clan to the firm. Stefanie is excited to build upon her previous experience as a public defender at the...

Small Miracles Golf Tournament Returns for 33rd Year

Small Miracles Golf Tournament Returns for 33rd Year

After last year’s hiatus due to COVID, The Small Miracles golf outing was back in full swing this May! The 33rd annual event, chaired by Rick Fine, MD; Jamie Raphael, MD; Adam Stern; and our own Anthony Sherr, took place on May 3rd, 2021. For many, this is an annual...

Here’s what to Do to Help Prevent Zoombombing

Here’s what to Do to Help Prevent Zoombombing

  For most of us during the Pandemic, Zoom meetings, or the like, have become a daily occurrence. Unfortunately, this also gives those with malicious intent plenty of opportunities to spread vile, contemptible images and language. This is especially true, if like...

My Company is Being Sued – Now What?

My Company is Being Sued – Now What?

Someone has sent you a letter stating that they have a claim against your company, or you have just received service of a lawsuit filed against your company, and you discovered that you may not have insurance coverage for the matter, what do you do? Gather Documents...

Do Act of God Clauses Include COVID-19?

Do Act of God Clauses Include COVID-19?

Following the SARS outbreak in 2002, many business interruption insurance policies started including an exemption for pandemics caused by a viral or bacterial outbreak. But even those that do not specifically reference a pandemic are likely to have a catch-all “Act of...

Are WARN Notices Required for COVID-19 Layoffs in Pennsylvania?

Are WARN Notices Required for COVID-19 Layoffs in Pennsylvania?

As a result of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order, many businesses are having employees telecommute – some for the first time. But others have had to terminate or furlough all or some of their workforce, whether employees wear white or blue collars. As efforts...