Check out Attorney Burke’s new whitepaper on Emotional Support Animals. Find out what the law says, and what landlords and tenants who depend on them should know.
Michael Routch has been elected as the Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Law Section for 2017-18. The Section is comprised of workers’ compensation attorneys from across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is instrumental in shaping workers’ compensation policy, education and practice standards statewide. Mr. Routch is a member of the Firm’s Labor [...]
Attorney Jessica Fisher drafted a new whitepaper, Women Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification. The paper summarizes how a business can obtain WBE certification in Pennsylvania.
On April 21st, Sean Burke will participate in NBI’s “Trusts from A to Z.” Burke will specifically present on tax reduction with trusts. To sign up, please visit the seminar webpage: Trusts From A to Z. Sean Burke represents individuals and corporate fiduciaries in trust planning and administration. For example, Burke prepares special needs and [...]
On December 9, 2016, McQuaide Blasko Attorney Chris Michelone presented “Intellectual Property: What the General Practitioner Should Know” (.PPT file) as part of the Blair County Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Division Lunch & Learn Series. Chris spoke to the group of 25 about the basics of trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets and discussed the [...]
McQuaide Blasko sponsored the annual Farm City Dinner, organized by the Blair County Chamber of Commerce, held in East Freedom. In attendance were Valerie Detwiler, of CBT Bank, Jenna Kephart the 2016-17 Dairy Princess, and guest speaker Richard Roush, Dean of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State University. This event brings together businesses and banks to [...]
On October 6th, Michael Routch presented as part of a panel on “Things You Should Know” at the 32nd Annual Fall Meeting of the PBA Workers’ Compensation Section. He is currently the Chair Elect of the section and will serve as Chairperson in 2016-17.
The Altoona Mirror recently named Chris Michelone one of its "20 Under 40" in the Blair County area. The criteria for selection included "business success, entrepreneurial spirit and community service of those who have contributed to the betterment of life in the region." You can read Chris's profile as published in the Altoona Mirror here.