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Amy Feldman

feldman amy Amy FeldmanAmy E. Feldman is a business commentator and legal business correspondent for KYW Newsradio, bringing her expertise in employment issues and breezy writing style to KYW listeners since 2002.

In addition to her legal reporting for KYW, she is general counsel of the Judge Group Inc., a national placement firm based in West Conshohocken, Pa., where she specializes in employment and consumer-related issues.  She was formerly an associate at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.

Feldman received both a law degree and a masters of science in education degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and got her BA degree (cum laude in History with distinction in all subjects) at Cornell University.

Other than her four years in Ithaca, NY, Amy has lived in the Delaware Valley all her life.  She and her husband are raising their three children to be avid Phillies fans!

KYW Newsradio’s Schedule of News and Features

Timeshare

Tips For Buying A Timeshare

First, understand that there are 2 types of timeshare purchases: a timeshare estate and a vacation interval – also called a right-to-use timeshare. Know what you’re buying.

08/25/2014

Taxes

Is A House Cleaner An Employee?

How you pay your house keeper, and how much control you have over the job and the hours, will, in part, determine whether he or she is an employee or independent contractor.

08/22/2014

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Valet’s Responsibility To A Would-Be Drunk Driver

There are laws that make bars and bartenders legally responsible if they let an intoxicated customer drive away. Does the same hold true for valets?

08/21/2014

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Legally Evicting A Roommate

How do you kick out a crummy roommate?

08/20/2014

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Kickstarter Raises Money For Early Stage Businesses

What’s all this talk of crowd funding? And what does it have to do with potato salad?

08/19/2014

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Suing The Power Company After An Outage

When there is a power outage, people – and offices that can’t do business – start to wonder: can I sue the power company if there’s a blackout?

08/18/2014

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Mocking Does Not Rise To Legal Definition Of Defamation

A sleepy baseball fan, mocked by television announcers, is suing both the announcers and their network, ESPN, for defamation. Does he have a case?

08/15/2014

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Taking Your Legal Gun To Work

if you have, or are planning to get, a permit to carry a concealed weapon, does your employer have the right to tell you you can’t carry it to work?

08/14/2014

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Who Is Eligible For A Public Defender?

What does “if you can’t afford an attorney” one will be provided for you really mean?

08/13/2014

home owners insurance

Insurance Company Owns Property That Is Lost Then Found

What if you get insurance money for a stolen item that later is located and returned to you?

08/12/2014

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Finders May Not Be Keepers Of Lost Dog

Legally, who gets to keep a lost dog – the old owners or the new owners?

08/11/2014

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School District Residency Requirements May Have Some Flexibility

There are plenty of parents who want their school aged children to go to a good school with better student outcomes than the one in which they actually live. This may be illegal.

08/08/2014

Pets

Insuring Your Pet’s Food Is Healthy

According to the Food and Drug Administration, always look for the words “complete and balanced” on the cat or dog food label. Here’s why.

08/07/2014

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Road Rage May Be Costly

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, up to five percent of all traffic fatalities and injuries are the result of road rage.

08/06/2014

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Retirement Plan Beneficiary Trumps Divorce Decree

If the divorce decree says one thing but the beneficiary form says another, which did the Supreme Court just rule takes precedence?

08/05/2014

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