Stevens & Lee Continues Growth of State and Local Tax Practice in NJ and PA

Stevens & Lee is continuing to expand its State and Local Tax Practice with the addition of Aliza L. Sherman and promotion of Tamara Fox Rose.

David J. Shipley Appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Tax Court

David J. Shipley will serve a two-year term identifying and addressing issues that affect the practice of tax law in the Garden State.

Is the NLRB Looking to Expand Weingarten Rights?

A recent NLRB ruling suggests the possibly of the Biden Board following through with an extension of Weingarten rights.

Truck Drivers and Prevailing Wage Requirements: A Friendly Reminder

Truck drivers present a common conundrum in prevailing wages for contractors and subcontractors. We delve into compliance details.

Democrats Reintroduce Right to Unionize Act

The Nationwide Right to Unionize Act would eliminate bans on agreements between employers and unions to require union membership as a condition of employment.

COPA-Like Agreements in Pennsylvania and COPA Rules in Neighboring States

We examine COPA-like agreements in Pennsylvania where health systems seeking to merge as well as a COPA rules in neighboring states.

Federal Trade Commission Policy Paper Takes Hard Stance Against Certificates of Public Advantage

In the recently issued Policy Paper and based in part on the empirical evidence that it gathered, the FTC vigorously disputes the claimed justifications for COPAs.

NLRB Issues New Proposed Rule on Joint Employment

The proposed rule does away with the direct and immediate control standard that was adopted by the Board under the Trump Administration. 

Stevens & Lee Affiliate GSL Government Consulting Launches GSL Public Strategies Group, Forms Bi-Partisan Public Affairs and Communications Firm

The GSL team will provide a complete range of government consulting, government relations and corporate and crisis communications services.

David J. Shipley on NJ Governor’s Bill to Combat NY Remote Worker Tax Rule

David J. Shipley offers his insight on how the state's voluntary transfer pricing agreement program will be received by taxpayers.

Tesla Decision Overrules Employer Bans on Pro-Union Apparel

Employers interfering with an employee’s right to display union insignia without showing justifying special circumstances would violate federal labor law

Possible Changes to the 2010 Merger Guidelines Regarding Pro-Competitive Efficiencies

The questions posed by the Agencies serve as a useful roadmap for hospital systems considering a merger and addressing the issue of pro-competitive benefits.

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