COVID-19 & PPP Updates

Using Social Media to Grow Your Small Business

Day after day, social media overwhelms our screens. Teens, adults, and even children all use social media to show to the world what they are doing or what they are thinking. Because social media use is so widespread, it is a great place to market your business, gain customers, and increase your profits. No matter [...]

By |July 24th, 2021|How To|

Out-of State Motorcycle Wrecks: 4 Tips for Filing a Lawsuit

This is a guest blog post from our colleagues at the law firm of Cohen & Cohen Motorcycle road trips can offer you the adventure of a lifetime, but what happens when you are injured by another driver through no fault of your own? Medical bills, emergency transport costs and the fear and anxiety you [...]

By |September 21st, 2020|How To|

How a timeline can be used as a persuasive exhibit

Pels Law had an actual in-person hearing this week, a rarity during the Covid era. The case had a complicated procedural history, in which the local government was forcing our clients to jump through multiple hoops to obtain relief from the “rain tax.” The rain tax is the Water Quality Protection Charge that Montgomery County [...]

By |September 17th, 2020|How To|

Complex business litigation in the time of COVID: How to participate in an online trial or hearing

Trials are starting again during the pandemic.  Because of the pandemic, courts were closed for months.  Since the wheels of commerce must go on, people needed to learn how to meet online.  So more business is being conducted virtually.  After much delay, cases on court dockets began to move. Our first online (or virtual) trial [...]

By |August 31st, 2020|How To|
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