In this time of uncertainty, businesses should examine their contracts to analyze the risk of non-performance of obligations and to identify force majeure clauses in light of the COVID 19 pandemic. Force majeure clauses, and the common law doctrine of impracticability, may excuse non-performance upon the occurrence of unanticipated events […]
Distinguishing Between Corporal Punishment and Abuse in Custody Disputes
By Julie A. Auerbach When parents are separated and at odds with one another, each trying to point to the parenting weaknesses of the other and each competing for more time with their children, these parents are likely to be even more constrained in their use of corporal punishment. The older […]
Julie Auerbach a presenter at PA Bar Assoc. Winter Meeting
Julie Auerbach was a presenter at the “ART of Baby making in the 21st Century” at the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section Winter Meeting, where she discussed new developments in the law regarding Assisted Reproductive Technology.
Can Acts of Generosity Become Legal Support Obligations?
As a matter of public policy, courts want to encourage the involvement of third parties when either or both parents are unable to care for their children. For this reason, courts have historically been disinclined to impose support obligations on third parties. By Julie A. Auerbach | December 30, 2019 at 12:09 PM […]