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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FDA Allows Rat Hair And Other Food ‘Defects’

The law recognizes that food manufacturing is not a perfect system, and allows “defects” including mold, rodent hairs and insect larvae.

06/23/2015

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When Man’s Best Friend Must Be Buckled Up

Many states have specific laws about driving with your dog.

06/22/2015

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Cashed Check Equals Settlement

When is cashing a check for a billion dollars a mistake? Ask the ex- Mrs. Hamm.

06/19/2015

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How Wasting Time At Work Could Cost You

If you’re wasting time at work can your boss dock your pay?

06/18/2015

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Legal Recourse For Bad Grades

You pay tuition, how much recourse do you have if you get a bad grade?

06/17/2015

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Layaway Plan Could Cost You

If you’re already thinking of Christmas, you may be considering layaway. Make sure you understand the layaway plan.

06/16/2015

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For Profit v. Non-Profit Colleges

What is the difference between a for profit college and a non-profit college and how do you know which one it is?

06/15/2015

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Leaving Child In Car Often Illegal

Is it endangerment if a child left by a parent in a car is not physically, mentally, or emotionally impaired?

06/12/2015

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Protecting Employees Who Use Medical Marijuana

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against a Rhode Island employer who refuses to hire users of medical marijuana.

06/11/2015

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Crowdfunding To Be Regulated

Even with crowd funding, legitimate companies can still seek only accredited investors.

06/09/2015

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QTIP Clarifies Inheritance

If you have children by someone other than your current spouse, estate law experts suggest something called a QTIP, a Qualified Terminable Interest Property Trust.

06/08/2015

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Baseball Players Sue For A Fair Wage

Turns out that while a baseball star’s life can be quite glamorous, getting to the major leagues isn’t. So more than 30 minor leaguers have filed suit.

06/05/2015

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Legal Responsibility For Food Poisoning

If you go to a pot luck, can you sue if you’re sickened by the coleslaw you know sat out for hours?

06/04/2015

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Male Makeup Market Not Regulated By FDA

If you are among the many men now using makeup, you should be aware that what you put on your face is not FDA approved.

06/03/2015

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Bartering Doesn’t Sidestep Taxes

Bartering for goods or services is an $8 billion industry – and Uncle Sam still gets a cut even though there’s no exchange of money.

06/02/2015

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