public sector, labor & employment law in Pa

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Labor And Employment Law
All areas of the employer/employee relationship covered by labor law and collective bargaining.

Municipal Law/School Law
This can cover a wide range of issues, including everything from police power, zoning, education policies, and property taxes.
Administrative Law
Government agency action can include rule making, adjudication, or the enforcement of a specific regulatory agenda.
Appellate Law
Commonly referred to as court of appeals is any court of law that is empowered to hear an appeal of a trial court or other lower tribunal.

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EEOC Updates Guidelines on Workplace Harassment... -Mon 10th Jun, 2024

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Final Rule Increas... -Mon 29th Apr, 2024

EEOC Issues Final Rule For the Pregnant Workers Fa... -Fri 19th Apr, 2024

In Siger v. City of Chester, the Pennsylvania Supr... -Fri 5th Apr, 2024

Commonwealth Court Upheld Termination for Officer ... -Fri 5th Apr, 2024

U.S. Supreme Court Establishes New Test for Determ... -Tue 26th Mar, 2024

7th Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Firefighter P... -Mon 19th Feb, 2024

Federal District Court Denies Employer’s Summary... -Mon 19th Feb, 2024

WARNING! Is Your Employment Test Valid and Non-Dis... -Fri 5th Jan, 2024

EEOC Covers New and Developing Areas of Workplace ... -Fri 5th Jan, 2024

Federal Courts Weigh in on Post-Pandemic Requests ... -Fri 5th Jan, 2024

Employer Pays $365,000 Where Automated Screening S... -Thu 4th Jan, 2024

The Dangers of Off Duty Conduct: How to Protect Yo... -Thu 28th Sep, 2023

Department of Labor Issues Proposal to Increase Sa... -Tue 12th Sep, 2023

Hiring and Retention of Neurodiverse Employees... -Mon 7th Aug, 2023

Third Circuit Finds Officers Disciplined For Socia... -Mon 7th Aug, 2023

U.S. Supreme Court Tightens Undue Hardship Title V... -Thu 6th Jul, 2023

EEOC Releases Updated Employer COVID-19 Guidelines... -Tue 20th Jun, 2023

DOT Adds Oral Fluid Testing as a Permitted Methodo... -Tue 20th Jun, 2023

Second Class Townships Cannot Remove Problematic T... -Tue 20th Jun, 2023

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Rules that Workers... -Mon 17th Apr, 2023

US Department of Labor Publishes Guidance on Remot... -Mon 17th Apr, 2023

The U.S. Department of Labor States That Employees... -Mon 17th Apr, 2023

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled that Per Diem Employe... -Mon 13th Mar, 2023

New Update to EEOC Guidance to Employers Regarding... -Fri 10th Feb, 2023

Court Holds Inadequate Training May Be an Adverse ... -Fri 10th Feb, 2023

Congress Creates New Workplace Protections for Pre... -Thu 19th Jan, 2023

End of the Year Rule-Making Impacting Protected Cl... -Tue 20th Dec, 2022

Court Finds Even a 6-Year-Old Child Can Create a H... -Tue 20th Dec, 2022

Act 44 of 2022 – Veterans Preference Act Amended... -Tue 20th Dec, 2022


PLRB Hearing Examiner Upholds a Unilaterally Imple... -Mon 24th Oct, 2022

Federal Court Reminds Employers that “Discouragi... -Mon 24th Oct, 2022

Employers should Reassess COVID-19 Testing in Ligh... -Mon 24th Oct, 2022

Extremists in Law Enforcement – What to Do after... -Mon 24th Oct, 2022

Ransomware Attacks Present Unique Risks for Public... -Mon 24th Oct, 2022

Department of Labor Publishes New Guidelines Conce... -Thu 30th Jun, 2022

Caution: The EEOC Warns that New Technology May Re... -Mon 13th Jun, 2022

U.S. Department of Justice Issues Guidance on Appl... -Mon 13th Jun, 2022

Medical Marijuana, CBD Oil and the Workplace: Rec... -Tue 12th Apr, 2022

Act 120 Certification and Protection from Abuse Or... -Tue 12th Apr, 2022

How to Deal with the Bad Boys of Your Police Depar... -Mon 11th Apr, 2022

EEOC Issues Guidance on COVID-19 Related Caregiver... -Fri 1st Apr, 2022

Provisional Hiring is Once Again Permitted While a... -Wed 2nd Mar, 2022

There And Back Again – DOL Issues, Then Withdraw... -Thu 10th Feb, 2022

Police Officer Physical Agility Tests: Have you ex... -Thu 10th Feb, 2022

U.S. Treasury Issues Final Guidance for the Americ... -Tue 18th Jan, 2022

The Supreme Court Rules on OSHA’s Emergency Vacc... -Tue 18th Jan, 2022

CDC Modifies COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Dur... -Tue 11th Jan, 2022

Allegheny County Paid Sick Leave Ordinance Goes In... -Wed 29th Dec, 2021

End of Year Check-in: Are your Job Descriptions Ac... -Thu 16th Dec, 2021

Pre-Employment Drug Testing and Medical Marijuana... -Thu 16th Dec, 2021

EEOC Updated Guidance on Religious Exemptions from... -Thu 11th Nov, 2021

President Biden's COVID-19 Action Plan Does N... -Thu 16th Sep, 2021

Is It Time to Mandate the Vaccine? The Delta Varia... -Fri 3rd Sep, 2021

EEOC Issues Guidance on Sexual Orientation and Gen... -Fri 3rd Sep, 2021

COVID-19 Update - A Return to Masking, and New Gui... -Fri 3rd Sep, 2021

Is Your Police Department Prepared for the July 14... -Tue 27th Jul, 2021

New Public Meeting Requirements Under the Sunshine... -Wed 14th Jul, 2021

CDC Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Individuals Impa... -Thu 20th May, 2021

U.S. Treasury Issues Guidance Regarding American R... -Mon 17th May, 2021

Department of Labor Issues Opinion Letter Clarifyi... -Mon 3rd May, 2021

American Rescue Plan Act and Temporary COBRA Subsi... -Mon 3rd May, 2021

Police Hiring: Municipalities cannot blindly rely ... -Mon 15th Mar, 2021

Commonwealth Court: Non-Civil Service Borough Pol... -Wed 3rd Mar, 2021

Certification under the Executive Order on Safe Po... -Wed 20th Jan, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccinations and Employment Consideration... -Wed 20th Jan, 2021

The Pennsylvania Human Relations Act Does Not Requ... -Wed 25th Nov, 2020

Pennsylvania Excludes Governmental Employers from ... -Thu 22nd Oct, 2020

EEOC Releases Guidance on Employee Use of Codeine,... -Mon 14th Sep, 2020

EEOC Issues Updated Guidance on COVID-19 and EEOC ... -Tue 7th Jul, 2020

Commonwealth Court Rules that CBD User is Eligible... -Tue 7th Jul, 2020

Supreme Court Rules Title VII Protects Gay and Tra... -Wed 17th Jun, 2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Reversal in Carr v. Pen... -Wed 27th May, 2020

Act 17 of 2020 Provides Sixty Days of COVID-19 Ful... -Thu 30th Apr, 2020

Probationary Periods in Times of Pandemic: Don’t... -Mon 27th Apr, 2020

Now Is Not the Time to “Roll Over” a Collectiv... -Tue 7th Apr, 2020

Another Wave of COVID-19 Personnel Considerations... -Fri 3rd Apr, 2020

Working Remotely During the Coronavirus Pandemic... -Tue 17th Mar, 2020

New Immunity Exception under Pennsylvania’s Poli... -Tue 4th Feb, 2020

Year-End Legislation Repeals High-Cost Health Insu... -Mon 27th Jan, 2020

Common Pleas Court Holds that Private Right of Act... -Fri 13th Dec, 2019

Social Media Policies: What Can and Can’t an Emp... -Fri 13th Dec, 2019

Don’t Forget to Renew Mandatory Background Clear... -Fri 13th Dec, 2019

Senate Committee Report Sounds the Alarm for Volun... -Mon 11th Feb, 2019

It’s Time for Managers and Human Resource Profes... -Tue 9th Oct, 2018

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Labor & Employment Law

Dedicated to keeping informed on all the latest laws and regulations. Our attorneys stay current in this area of the law and are often asked to write and speak on labor and employment issues.

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Pa Public Sector Attorneys

At Campbell Durrant, P.C. our focus on labor and employment law, allows us to provide our clients with a level of experience and expertise not found at other firms.

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We understand that we are not paid simply to provide general information or analysis of the law, but that our role requires us to provide specific guidance. This understanding directs the way in which we practice law. We take seriously our duty to educate our clients as well as our attorneys. We are mindful of our clients' desire for cost effective services and we react in a thorough and timely manner to meet the needs of our clients.