Delaware County Business Lawyer

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Keeping Records of Hours and Pay

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Keeping Records of Hours and Pay As an experienced Delaware County Employment Attorney, I am often asked if employers need to keep records of hours worked.  Employers are required to keep and maintain records of their employees depending on certain statutes. One of the statues is federal, and it’s the…

Delaware County Business Attorney

Delaware County Business Attorney Discusses How to Fire Your Business Partner

Delaware County Business Attorney Discusses How to Fire Your Business Partner As a skilled Delaware County Business Attorney, clients come to me all the time with questions regarding how to fire their business partner or shareholder. If you wish to fire your co-shareholder or another partner, there are certain problems associated with that particular decision. The…

Delaware County Personal Injury Attorney

Delaware County Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Filing an Injury Claim if Attacked at a Business

Delaware County Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Filing an Injury Claim if Attacked at a Business As an experienced Delaware County Personal Injury Attorney, I am often asked by clients if you can file an injury claim if they are attacked at a business. Generally speaking, business owners and property owners are not responsible for intentional…

Legal Malpractice

The Uncertain Nature of Contract Damages in PA Legal Malpractice Cases

  The Uncertain Nature of Contract Damages in PA Legal Malpractice Cases   Gibson & Perkins, P.C. is a full-service litigation firm located at Suite 204, 100 W. Sixth Street, Media, Pennsylvania, 19063 with a team of experienced litigators licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey. Call 610-565-1708 or visit www.gibperk.com for more…

Delaware County Employment Attorney

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Responding to an EEOC Complaint

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Responding to an EEOC Complaint As an experienced Delaware County Employment Attorney, clients come to me all the time with questions about how to prepare a response to an EEOC complaint. Typically, when a client approaches me with a former employee or a current employee who has filed a claim…

Delaware County Personal Injury Lawyer

Delaware County Personal Injury Attorney Explains the Statute of Limitations

Delaware County Personal Injury Attorney Explains the Statute of Limitations  As an accomplished Delaware County Personal Injury Attorney, clients often ask about the statute of limitations on personal injuries. Personal injury claims in all three jurisdictions where Gibson & Perkins practice (Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey) are governed by a two-year statute of limitations. You have…

Delaware County Estate Planning Attorney

Delaware County Estate Planning Attorney Explains How to Contest a Will

Delaware County Estate Planning Attorney Explains How to Contest a Will As an experienced Delaware County Estate Planning Attorney, I am often asked by clients about how a Will is contested. The process is controlled in Pennsylvania by the Orphan’s Court. That is a separate court that deals with Wills, trusts, and guardianships that involve disposition of…

Delaware County Business Attorney

Delaware County Business Attorney Discusses Not Getting Financial Information from Your Partner

Delaware County Business Attorney Discusses Not Getting Financial Information from Your Partner As a Delaware County Business Attorney, I am often asked what someone should do if their business partner is not providing them with financial information about their company. The first thing you need to do is determine what kind of company you have. Your corporate documents will control the…

Delaware County Employment Lawyer

Delaware County Employment Lawyer Discusses Being Sued for Discrimination as an Employer

Delaware County Employment Lawyer Discusses Being Sued for Discrimination as an Employer As a Delaware County Employment Lawyer, I am often asked what to do if you are being sued for discrimination. If you are an employer in Pennsylvania, there are certain requirements that you must meet with protected class employees under state and federal law.…