Department of Labor Releases Procedures for the Small Business Exemption to COVID-19 Legal Requirements
Posted on April 3
Under the FFCRA, small businesses, or organizations with fewer than 50 employees, may ...
E. Drummond King begins practicing law, pioneering the first bond counsel practice in the Lehigh Valley, a team that has, in years since, been instrumental in financing the projects of cities, schools and local authorities.
King, Herman, Freund, Swartz & Reid and Turtzo, Spry, Sbrocchi, Faul and LaBarre merge; KingSpry is born. The firm moves to combined offices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Our Education Law Practice Group begins publishing School Law Bullets. Municipal Minutes, Law at Work, and other newsletters follow, all designed to help keep clients informed on legal developments in their areas of interest.
KingSpry forms an affiliation with the Law Offices of Ira Weiss in Pittsburgh, of the firm now known as Weiss Burkardt Kramer, LLC.
KingSpry establishes Greyfriars Institute, a conference center providing regular interpretations of real-world legal topics, low-cost professional development seminars and workshops. That same month, the firm takes over a second floor in the building at Broad Street in Bethlehem.
Greyfriars presents its first program as a PDE-approved Act 48 Professional Education Provider.
KingSpry names Kevin C. Reid Managing Partner.
KingSpry expands family legal services to include Adoption/Assisted Reproductive Technology Law.
After successful expansion of our blogs and the advent of a KingSpry You Tube channel, KingSpry sends its first “tweet.” (@King_Spry_Law)
Senior partner Jerome B. Frank celebrates 50 years in practice by taking his family to a hockey game in the arena he helped to build.
KingSpry celebrates 10 years of providing legal education for clients through Greyfriars Institute.