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Pre-Act 170 Pennsylvania Limited Partnerships Not Protected by Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

Pre-Act 170 Pennsylvania Limited Partnerships Not Protected by Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

David Dean, an associate of Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC, writes on a Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision that the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing does not apply to limited partnership agreements entered into before the Pennsylvania’s Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act was amended to specifically include it. Pre-Act 170 Pennsylvania Limited Partnerships Not […]

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Gregory H. Mathews Named to 2018 Best Lawyers in America List

Gregory H. Mathews Named to 2018 Best Lawyers in America List

Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt is pleased to announce that Gregory H. Mathews, Of Counsel, has been selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America one of the most respected peer-review publications in the profession. Mathews is named to the list for his distinguished contributions to the practice area of commercial […]

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Docs and the Ties That Bind Them | Jason Guss

Docs and the Ties That Bind Them | Jason Guss

By Jason Guss Restrictive covenants are contractual clauses that limit an employee’s post-employment activities for a specified length of time and geographic area.  Their enforceability varies by state and by profession.  For example, restrictive covenants are unenforceable in the legal profession but are enforceable in the medical profession. The American Medical Association, however, discourages restrictive […]

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Legal Intelligencer: Henry Donner and David Dean on Practitioners’ Guide to Navigating New Mechanics’ Lien Law Amendments

Legal Intelligencer: Henry Donner and David Dean on Practitioners’ Guide to Navigating New Mechanics’ Lien Law Amendments

In the August 21, 2017 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, Henry Donner, Of Counsel at KHF, and David Dean, an associate of the firm, write on the Practitioners’ Guide to Navigating New Mechanics’ Lien Law Amendments. By: Henry Donner and David Dean Pennsylvania’s Mechanics Lien Law of 1963 was amended in late 2014 to require […]

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Henry Donner Named to 2018 Best Lawyers in America List

Henry Donner Named to 2018 Best Lawyers in America List

Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt is pleased to announce that Henry Donner, Of Counsel, has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2018, one of the most respected peer-review publications in the profession. Donner is once again named to the list for his well-regarded construction law practice. Best Lawyers was founded in 1983 […]

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Unprecedented Fine Imposed on New Jersey Beer Wholesaler for Alleged Violations of Prohibition-Era Regulations | David Scott

Unprecedented Fine Imposed on New Jersey Beer Wholesaler for Alleged Violations of Prohibition-Era Regulations | David Scott

By David Scott In June, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office announced the largest fine ever imposed upon a beer wholesaler by the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control.[1]  The Hunterdon Brewing Company (“Hunterdon”) agreed to a fine of $2 million to avoid a suspension of its license in light of allegations that it committed trade […]

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Legal Intelligencer: Edward T. Kang on Being Careful What You Say in Settlement Discussions

Legal Intelligencer: Edward T. Kang on Being Careful What You Say in Settlement Discussions

In the July 27, 2017 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, KHF Managing Member Edward T. Kang writes on Being Careful What You Say in Settlement Discussions. Be Careful What You Say in Settlement Discussions By Edward T. Kang There seems to be a common misunderstanding about the proper way to use Rule of Evidence 408 relating to […]

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Avvo, LegalZoom, Rocket Lawyer Products Prohibited in NJ

Avvo, LegalZoom, Rocket Lawyer Products Prohibited in NJ

Three New Jersey Supreme Court committees have recently prohibited three online services that allow clients and lawyers to interact for a small fee. Certain Avvo, LegalZoom, and Rocket Lawyer products have been deemed to be in violation of ethical standards in the state and are currently blacklisted. Moreover, Avvo is under fire for its improper […]

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Legal Intelligencer: Edward T. Kang on How to Effectively Work With Millennials as Employees and Clients

Legal Intelligencer: Edward T. Kang on How to Effectively Work With Millennials as Employees and Clients

In the June 22, 2017 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, KHF Managing Member Edward T. Kang writes on How to Effectively Work With Millennials as Employees and Clients. How to Effectively Work With Millennials as Employees and Clients By Edward T. Kang Millennials—generally defined as the generation born between 1981-1997—have defined themselves as a distinct population that […]

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