October 20, 2020

Commercial Real Estate Leases and COVID-19 Ramifications

Businesses across the country are continuing to feel the impacts of COVID-19 as we enter into the second wave of outbreaks with cold and flu season on the horizon. Though […]

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October 13, 2020

Recording Consent in PA, Keeping Up With Digital Trends

From office Zoom calls, TikTok trends, and now political tell-alls, one thing all of these occurrences have in common is the act of recording. While your recorded Zoom call for […]

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October 5, 2020

Difference Between Burglary and Robbery

For those unfamiliar with the nuances of criminal law, it’s fair to believe that robbery and burglary are the same, or at least very similar charges. However, there are specific […]

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September 28, 2020

Cyber Security Awareness Month: Internet Crimes, Fraud

Since the onset of COVID-19, cybersecurity threats have run rampant. As such, we at Mazzoni Karam Petorak & Valvano believe it is more important than ever to recognize that October […]

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September 22, 2020

Previous DUI Convictions Make it Difficult To Obtain Licensure

We know that the long term implications can be life-altering if you are charged with a DUI in Pennsylvania. But for those looking to advance in their careers, those DUI […]

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September 15, 2020

Can my landlord legally prohibit guests during COVID-19?

As college students return to campus, many upperclassmen who can live in off-campus housing will return to their apartment spaces. But as local universities create protocols to stop on and […]

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September 8, 2020

Is Crime Seasonal?

As the weather changes across NEPA, it had us considering the seasonality of crime. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, there is reason to believe that crime is actually […]

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September 1, 2020

Field Sobriety Rights During Labor Day Travel

During the 2019 Labor Day holiday weekend, there were 2,995 crashes in Pennsylvania resulting in 46 fatalities and 165 serious injuries. And though the Labor Day holiday weekend will look […]

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August 25, 2020

College Students: Be Mindful of Pedestrian Accidents This Fall

As the weather cools and college students across Northeast Pennsylvania return to campus, more people will be walking on sidewalks, visiting the town, and enjoying the outdoors. Unfortunately, this also […]

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August 18, 2020

Estate Planning for Teachers, Staff

On August 10, the Pennsylvania Departments of Health and Education joined together to draft recommendations for Pre-K to 12 schools to use when making decisions related to the instructional models […]

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