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Real Estate Continued to Favor Rule 506(b) Offerings During the Pandemic | Whitman Legal Solutions, LLC

Orchestras don’t survive on ticket sales. They also rely (and some primarily rely) upon grants and donations to pay their bills. Because of this, during the pandemic, professional orchestras struggled financially. With public gatherings prohibited, ticket sales plummeted. Orchestras hoped donors would step up to the plate to keep them afloat. But based on the… Read More »

An outdated parking rule in Pa. law threatens the safest kind of bike lanes

Bike lanes separated from traffic by parked vehicles on several busy state routes in Philadelphia have drawn flocks of cyclists, slowed cars, and reduced accidents, a study of the lanes shows. They also could be among the last of their kind in the city unless the state Senate acts to clarify the definition of a… Read More »

USDA Proposes Resuscitating Rule to Blacklist Government Contractors for Labor Law Violations | PilieroMazza PLLC

On February 17, 2022, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) proposed a rule to update its Agriculture Acquisition Regulation (AGAR), which has not had a major revision since 1996. One component of the proposed rule requires USDA contractors to maintain compliance with a broad range of labor and employment laws and regulations in order… Read More »