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

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Legal Definition Of Religion

There is no official legal definition of what is and what is not a religion. Instead, it’s been up to the courts to interpret it, in keeping with the First Amendment.

04/14/2015

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Protecting Your Property From Neighbors’ Pets

If your neighbor’s pet is leaving souvenirs on your property, the law may be on your side.

04/13/2015

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Legal Limits To Improving A Rental Property

Making improvements to a commercial property is usually part of the lease agreement, but making fixed upgrades to a residential property is different.

04/10/2015

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Who Pays When A Car Left Running Is Stolen?

If you leave your car to warm up unattended and it gets stolen, does insurance pay?

04/09/2015

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Ticket Scalping Laws Vary From State To State

Isn’t ticket scalping illegal?? Depends.

04/08/2015

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Teacher Learns Tough Lesson About Disability Law

A woman sued her employer, whom she said failed to accommodate her disability. What was her disability? She was a teacher afraid of children.

04/06/2015

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Loopholes In College Recruitment Practices

There are NCAA rules on recruiting. There are also loopholes that allow coaches to meet with potential recruits – at any age.

04/03/2015

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New Spouse Must Change Old Beneficiary

By Amy E. Feldman PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s one thing to forget to put the dishes in the dishwasher, but forgetting this would really make you want to kill your husband, if he weren’t already […]

04/03/2015

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Can’t Always Rely On Eyewitness Testimony

What kind of evidence is more reliable than eye witness testimony?

04/01/2015

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Worker’s Comp Protects Employees – And Employer

Employees and employers are governed by workers compensation law which is a no fault system.

03/31/2015

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A New Form Of False Advertising

Have you ever been told that if you post a good review on line you’ll get a discount on your next purchase? Yeah, about that.

03/30/2015

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Attractive Nuisance May Be More Than A Nuisance To Liable Homeowners

In legal terms, an attractive nuisance is a dangerous condition on a property – such as an unenclosed swimming pool – that might lure a child to investigate.

03/30/2015

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Leveling With You About Multi-Level Marketing

Are multi-level marketing schemes like Amway and Tupperware legal?

03/27/2015

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Thrift Shop Purchase Could Be A Dangerous Deal

Many of the approximately 300 products that get recalled every year and can’t legally be sold in retail stores wind up in thrift shops.

03/26/2015

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Newspapers Need Not Report Arresting Development

Does a newspaper have a duty to correct an article that leaves out a crucial fact – namely an arrest record that’s been expunged?

03/25/2015

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