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  • Richard Poulson Labor Law Attorney Quoted Regarding Erie Pennsylvania Court Decision
    December 10, 2009
    An Erie County judge won't set aside part of an arbitrator's award that city officials have said could force the city to hire as many as 24 new firefighters at a cost of up to $1.73 million in its first year alone.
  • Union-Side Labor Lawyer Richard Poulson Speaks on Upper Merion, Pennsylvania Budget Issues
    December 10, 2009
    A battle to balance Upper Merion's budget turns into a fight for the township's police force.
  • Deborah Willig Union-Side Attorney Talks About Hatboro-Horsham Negotiation
    November 20, 2009
    Hatboro-Horsham teachers will not be writing letters of recommendation, chaperoning or performing other chores above what is required.
  • Philadelphia Gives Struggling Homeowners a Chance to Stay Put (The New York Times)
    November 18, 2009
    Real Estate Attorney Kristine Phillips Provides Pro Bono Counsel Through Philadelphia VIP
  • Labor Lawyer Deborah Willig Weighs in on Philadelphia Employee Benefits
    November 13, 2009
    City officials yesterday said that they expected to save $6.3 million annually by making some changes to health-benefit plans offered to nonunionized city workers - including upping some out-of-pocket costs and shifting the way the city pays insurance bills.
  • Labor Law Attorney Rick Poulson Quoted Regarding Pennsylvania Pension Benefits
    September 6, 2009
    Before Philadelphia City Council passed Mayor Nutter's $3.8 billion budget in May - a budget that relied heavily on action by the state legislature - veteran politicians whispered that any plan depending on Harrisburg would come with a price tag.
  • Philadelphia Labor Attorney Alaine Williams Argues before PA Supreme Court on Employment Rights
    August 31, 2009
    Two court victories over unpaid-leave offer hope, precedent to public employees.
  • Labor Lawyer Deborah Willig Quoted Concerning Pennsylvania Pension Proposal
    August 25, 2009
    Philadelphia is on the verge of finally getting the emergency budget help from state lawmakers it so badly needs, but with a huge catch: if the city does not cut pension expenses immediately, the fiscal assistance will vanish.
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