Driving Settlement Negotiations with the MCS-90 Endorsement

March 10, 2023
truck driving through valley

Driving Settlement Negotiations with the MCS-90 Endorsement Originally Published in the February 2023 Issue of The Transportation Lawyer by the Transportation Lawyer’s Association Defending motor carriers in accident litigation when insurance coverage is nonexistent due to policy exclusions or otherwise …

Posted in Litigation, Transportation

Estate Planning in an Emergency

March 8, 2023
people reading documents

Estate Planning in an Emergency How to get started, what to prioritize, and what you will need. Originally published by the Pennsylvania Bar Association In order to do Estate Planning properly, can involve a significant investment of time and resources. …

Posted in Continuing Legal Education Seminars, Estates and Trusts

Pennsylvania Amends its Breach of Personal Information Notification Act

January 10, 2023
data breach notification

Pennsylvania’s Breach of Personal Information Notification Act provides for the security of computerized data and for notification of residents whose personal information data was or may have been disclosed due to a breach of the system’s security. The amendments, effective …

Posted in Corporate

Is Tom Brady in Legal Peril Because of FTX?

December 22, 2022
Football Field

Anyone following the news in the cryptocurrency space is aware of the collapse of FTX, a cryptocurrency trading platform. The cause of FTX’s collapse, and the potential liability facing FTX’s founder, Sam Bankman-Fried, will be a topic for another article. …

Posted in Litigation, Regulatory

2022 Most Cited Workplace Safety Standards

September 29, 2022
Construction Workers Walking Near Metal Railings Reviewing Safety Plans

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced last week at the National Safety Council Congress in San Diego its Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety standards for fiscal year 2022 (October 1, 2021, to September 30, 2022). Fall Protection-General …

Posted in Labor and Employment

Photographers’ Rights or Transformative Art?

September 27, 2022
A selection of British newspapers featuring the musician Prince

Are you “Team Warhol” or are you “Team Goldsmith”? Well, that probably depends on whether you are a photographer who is interested in maintaining strong copyrights to your wares. It appears that the U.S. Copyright Office (CO) is on Team …

Posted in Intellectual Property, LLG News

SECURE Act 2.0: How It Could Affect Your Retirement Plans

August 24, 2022
u.s. capitol

There is a potential update to the SECURE Act on the horizon that could have a big impact on your retirement plans. Congress may often seem slow to act, but several laws have been proposed and passed, and they could …

Posted in Estates and Trusts, Legal Watch

LLG Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers® and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch

August 18, 2022
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The Lynch Law Group is pleased to announce that Dan Lynch, Founder and Managing Partner; Krista Kochosky, Chair of the Real Estate practice; Liberty J. Weyandt, Chair of the Family Law practice and Roger Ecker, were selected by their peers …

Posted in Announcements, Awards

Can I Trademark This?

August 11, 2022
TRADEMARK Concept. Chart with keywords and icons. White office desk

As a business and intellectual property attorney, one of the most common questions I get is “Can I trademark this?” And they are referring to their business name or to a design they intend to use as a logo. The …

Posted in Intellectual Property, LLG News

Pennsylvania Decennial Reports Are Past Due: Take Action Now If You Missed the Deadline 

August 10, 2022
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In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, corporate entities are not required to file annual reports. They are required, however, to file a decennial report during the calendar year 2021. What is a Decennial Report? The decennial report is a report filed …

Posted in Corporate, Legal Watch