Any form of business contract is essential to employment. If a contract is written poorly, it can negatively affect a business and keep it from running smoothly. As business lawyers of Philadelphia, Sidkoff, Pincus & Green (SPG) has experience in litigating business contracts on behalf of both employers and employees.
Under Pennsylvania law, for a non-compete agreement to be enforceable, (1) it must be incident to an employment relation between the parties, (2) the restrictions must be reasonably necessary for the protection of the employer, and (3) the restrictions must be reasonably limited in duration and geographic extent. The commercial lawyers of Philadelphia at the Law Offices of Sidkoff, Pincus & Green (SPG) are experienced in drafting non-compete agreements that conform to the law. Moreover, the attorneys at SPG also have experience in litigating non-compete agreements on behalf of both employers and employees.
The Law Office of Sidkoff, Pincus & Green (“SPG”) represents employers and employees in employment law and workplace related litigation. SPG is pleased to announce that its employment lawyers in Philadelphia are accepting consultations for employment matters this summer. Employment law refers to the rights and responsibilities that grow out of an employer-employee relationship, which include those of current, former and prospective employees. Pennsylvania is an employment “at-will” states, meaning that unless an employee has a contract stating otherwise, he or she may be terminated at any time and for any reason with certain exceptions. There are federal, state and municipal statutes that present exceptions to the at-will doctrine. The employments lawyers of Philadelphia at SPG routinely represent employees and employers in federal and state courts and in administrative proceedings.
The Law Offices of Sidkoff, Pincus & Green (SPG) is pleased to announce that it has launched a new website this summer. SPG is comprised of business lawyers in Philadelphia who handle matters in almost any location where their clients need them. The website “greatlawyers.com” was registered for SPG in 1998 by a client who SPG helped prevail in a complex commercial lawsuit.
Sidkoff, Pincus & Green (SPG) represents businesses of all sizes in commercial litigation, transactions and other matters. The Philadelphia business attorneys at SPG handle various corporate matters, including: contract disputes, shareholder actions, non-compete agreements and restrictive covenants, intellectual property matters and insurance coverage related issues. SPG does not have a typical corporate client, but represent clients of all sizes from large international, national and regional private and public corporations, to small, family-owned businesses and sole proprietorships. If you are searching for a business lawyer in Philadelphia, please consider SPG, which has attorneys licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.
The Law Offices of Sidkoff, Pincus, & Green (SPG) is accepting client consultations for business litigation and commercial matters in the spring of 2014 with its business lawyers in Philadelphia. Business partners frequently disagree on a range of issues, including management, personnel and finances; and often they are able to work out their differences without litigation.
The Law Offices of Sidkoff, Pincus, and Green (SPG) is pleased to announce that it will be continuing to provide business and commercial legal services this March. The Philadelphia business lawyers at SPG are dedicated to serving their commercial and individual clients. Since the beginning of 2014, SPG has seen an increased percentage of its practice being devoted to business and employment litigation, transactional matters, contract negotiations, and business consultation.
Sidkoff, Pincus, and Green, P.C. (SPG), a Philadelphia-based law firm, is pleased to announce it is accepting new bad faith claims this winter. Under Pennsylvania law, an insurance company’s denial of payment of insurance benefits or the delayed payment of insurance claims is known as bad faith. Bad faith is established by showing that: (1) The insurer did not have a reasonable basis for denying benefits under the policy; and (2) The insurer knew or recklessly disregarded its lack of a reasonable basis for denying the claim. Under Pennsylvania law, insurance companies must abide under good faith to provide the appropriate compensation for legitimate claims. Bad faith is a term used to describe the denial or delay of payment of insurance claims.
After forming a small business, there may be a period of growth followed by a period where personalities clash and business goals are heading in various directions. The Law Office of Sidkoff, Pincus & Green, P.C. (“SPG”), is pleased to announce it will be continuing to provide counsel for partnership disputes and business disputes in the greater Philadelphia area. SPG handles business disputes of all kinds, and is available for immediate consultations to those who are in need of a business attorney in Philadelphia.
A qualified employment attorney in Philadelphia will know how to handle employment law matters and frequently represent employees and/or employers in the local courts. Sidkoff, Pincus and Green, P.C. (“SPG”) has been handling employment cases since 1958 and its attorneys frequently appear in federal and state court, as well as before governmental agencies, to represent employees and employers.