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Beth Lincow Cole, Esq. prevents business-wrecking lawsuits.  Drawing on more than a decade of experience Beth cures employer headaches.  How?  Beth works closely with businesses to help them prevent financial loss and other losses related to employment claims. 


Regional publications have named Beth an Awesome Labor and Employment attorney in 2009 and 2010.  She has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal concerning sexual harassment and was featured on CBS3 Philadelphia Eyewitness News on the perils of using social networking sites while on the job. 


When Beth works with a business she is known for making the process simple and easy to implement while educating the business owner so they are better positioned to avoid a lawsuit.  Whether you are a business owner, manager or a future business owner, Beth will address what you need to know to be protected.


Practice areas


  1. Employment: 100%
    19 years



Hourly ($250-350/hour), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (sometimes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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Contact info

Astor Weiss Kaplan Mandel, LLP

200 S. Broad Street, 6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA, 19102


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Avvo contributions
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Top 2010 AttorneySJ Magazine2010
Legal EliteLegal Elite2010
Smart CEO PhiladelphiaSmart CEO Philadelphia2010
Awesome AttorneySouth Jersey Magazine2009
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerBeth Lincow Cole, Esquire, LLC2005 - Present
Of CounselHyland Levin LLP2010 - 2011
Labor and Employment AttorneySpector Gadon & Rosen, P.C.2004 - 2005
Labor and Employment AttorneyBuchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC2000 - 2004
Association namePosition nameDuration
Jewish Community of Greater PhiladelphiaN/AN/A
Marlton Business AssociationN/AN/A
Voorhees Business AssociationN/AN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
The Wall Street JournalCrossing the Line - When a client or coworker crosses the line in the workplace, it can be difficult for young female employees to fight back, especially in murky situations that pit new employees against long-time company clients.2008
New Jersey Labor and Employment Law QuarterlyCourt Preserves Employers' Use of Ellerth/Faragher Affirmative Defense in Sexual Harassment Cases, But How Does This Decision Impact NJ Employers?2004
Employee Benefit Issues: The Multi-Employer PerspectiveSelf-Funded Health Plans: Changing Rules (Co-Author)2004
The Technology TimesWhat Employers Need to Know When the Money Runs Out2003
New Jersey and Employment QuarterlyTaking A Byte Out of Electronic Recruiting: Applying the Old Rules to New Technology2000
The American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment LawThe Developing Labor Law, 1999 Cumulative Supplement (Contributing Editor)1999
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Temple University - James E. Beasley School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1998
Lehigh UniversityN/AB.A. in American Studies1994
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Employment Law SymposiumEmployment Law2011
Infinite Women's Dental Study ClubEmployment Law Compliance for Your Business2010
Fast Track Growth VentureEmployment Law Briefing2009
New Jersey Remodelers AssociationWhat To Do Now That Your Workers May Be Your Employees: The Impact of New Jersey Construction Industry Indepedent Contractor Act on the Construction Industry and Practical Suggestions2008
Burlington County Bar AssociationEmployment Workplace Investigations2008
National Association Of Women Business OwnersUsing Independent Contractors and Protecting Your Business2006
Isdaner & Company, LLCEmployment Law 1012006
Delaware Valley InitiativeTurning the Grey Into Black & White - The FMLA and FLSA2006
Philadelphia Women's Business Development CenterEmployment Law Briefing2005
First National Nonprofit Human Resources ConferenceLaws and Regulations: Do You Know What Laws Apply to Your Organization2003