Category Archives: Legal Watch

Trademark Checklist for Start-Ups and Emerging Businesses

Apr
12
2019

Trademark Basics: A trademark is a word, phrase, or symbol which identifies and distinguishes the source of goods and/or services of a company from those of others. Customers rely upon trademarks as a barometer as to the quality of the …

Posted in Legal Watch, Intellectual Property

Charles Hadad Instructs Estate Administration Program

Apr
08
2019

Charles Hadad, Chair of The Lynch Law Group’s Estates and Trusts practice, has been selected to instruct the National Business Institute seminar, Estate Administration From A to Z, on April 30, 2019 at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center.

Mr. …

Posted in Legal Watch, Estates and Trusts, Events

European Council Passes Significant Changes to EU Copyright Laws

Apr
01
2019

After roughly two years, the European Union Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, the subject of significant public interest and lobbying efforts, has been passed by the European Council. The European Parliament is set to ratify on April …

Posted in Legal Watch, Regulatory

California Pursues Sales Tax from Third-Party Sellers

Mar
26
2019

CDTFA Pursues Back Taxes and Future Sales Tax From Third-Party Sellers

Online retailers and third-party sellers who use large platform marketplaces like Amazon and eBay must pay close attention as government officials, industry players, and various interest groups clash over …

Posted in Legal Watch, Regulatory

Crisis Management and Communication Strategies for Your Business

Mar
18
2019

The Lynch Law Group will Host a Crisis Management Seminar Featuring Bruce Hennes, Managing Partner of Hennes Communications

Bruce-Hennes

Learn How to Keep Your Company Off the Front Page

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube are now the places where a …

Posted in Legal Watch, Events

Delia Bouwers Bianchin Instructs On LLCs

Mar
14
2019

LLCs from Start to Finish – National Business Institute

The Lynch Law Group Senior Counsel, Delia Bouwers Bianchin, will instruct the National Business Institute’s seminar, LLCs From Start to Finish, on April 10 and 11, 2019 at the SpringHill …

Posted in Legal Watch

Will Pennsylvania Be Next To Mandate Sexual Harassment Training For Restaurant Employees?

Mar
13
2019

PA may require sexual harassment training for restaurant employees

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, Pennsylvania could soon join the growing number of states to propose laws requiring sexual harassment prevention training for restaurant employees.

Illinois is the most recent state to propose mandatory sexual harassment training for …

Posted in Legal Watch, Labor and Employment

Douglas M. Hall Joins The Lynch Law Group

Mar
04
2019

We are pleased to announce Douglas M.Hall as the newest member of our legal team. With two decades of experience handling all aspects of commercial and intellectual property litigation and transactional work, Doug will play a leading role in expanding …

Posted in Legal Watch, Intellectual Property

OSHA Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses

Feb
26
2019

OSHA Records Illness and Injury

OSHA issued a final rule which became effective February 25, 2019, removing the end-of-year requirement for companies with 250 or more employees to electronically submit information from OSHA Form 300 (Logs of Work-Related Injuries and Illness) and Form 301 (Injuries …

Posted in Legal Watch, Labor and Employment

Outcome of Arbitration Strategies to Avoid Class Action Claims

Feb
25
2019

Companies are now challenged to give greater consideration to the complications that class action waivers may cause when taken to the extreme.

The Supreme Court has allowed companies to side step class actions by inserting “class action waivers” in their …

Posted in Legal Watch, Labor and Employment