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!
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To determine whether a student poses a direct threat and meets eligibility requirements, a University must perform a five-step legal analysis.
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Ticketmaster, an online ticket agency, recently announced the settlement of a class action lawsuit that’s been banging around the court system since it was filed in 2003.
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Company policy requires a Waffle House waitress to return a huge tip – possibly because her accepting it would have had huge tax implications.
While clocking out before getting it on seems like common sense, dating at work is relatively rampant and though not illegal, not encouraged.
The male cosmetic market has increased by over 70 percent globally in the last 6 years, reaching three billion dollars in the US alone.
Lawmakers in Alaska are currently considering a bill that would close off public access to records in which charges were dismissed or the defendant was found not guilty.
Do you really lose your right to sue if you sign a waiver?
Under the law, a husband or wife has automatic rights to collect money even if her spouse specifically leaves her out of the will.
In this day and age, is it now acceptable to let the world know your feelings toward your former employer?