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Firm Founder, David Koller Dave Koller will present a webinar on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 entitled Partnering with the Media. Koller will discuss a local solo attorney’s interactions with the media including print, broadcast and social media to increase visibility, establish expertise, and even frame arguments. This program is being sponsored by the Jenkins Law…Read More
Equal Pay Day is an important day to reflect on the past and recognize how much more progress needs to be made moving forward to ensure gender equality when it comes to compensation and pay in the workplace. There are still significant pay disparities and discrimination between men and women in the workplace. For example,…Read More
Dave Koller was recently quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer regarding one of his cases. Dave represents a woman who was forced out of her job during the pandemic. This is just one more example of how working moms are hit the hardest during the pandemic. Dave’s client gladly took a temporary lay-off to care for her child…Read More
On Thursday, February 4th, Dave Koller appeared on Community Conversation presented by Lehigh Valley Public Media. Community Conversation is a series of forums that address today’s issues impacting communities in the Greater Lehigh Valley and beyond. Airing on PBS 39, Dave appeared on the edition called COVID-19 Vaccines: Fact vs Fiction. About the Program Confused…Read More
Koller Law, LLC is proud to announce its expansion into the Lehigh Valley with the opening of its office in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The office is located at: 1600 Hamilton Street Allentown, PA 18102 Dave Koller, Founder and Owner of Koller Law LLC, says, “We are excited to open our new Allentown office. Throughout the years,…Read More
Today, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released its 2020 data report. In 2020, the EEOC received 67,448 charges of workplace discrimination. With these tens of thousands of charges, the agency secured $439.2 million for victims of workplace discrimination. According to the EEOC press release, this amount includes voluntary payouts and litigation awards for…Read More