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By Danielle T. Morrison
The district court did not address the matter but the appellant argued that it was ripe for the Third Circuit's consideration because it was subject to de novo review.
By Jay Evans
In the article, Mr. Evans discusses a recent Third Circuit decision regarding early notice of appeal and a matter pending in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court regarding docket access.
By Bruce Merenstein
The collateral order doctrine originated as a creature of federal appellate law that provided a means of securing appellate review even though an order did not formally end a case. Slowly, the Pennsylvania courts adopted the doctrine, codifying it in 1992 as part of the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure.
By Jennifer Haberman, Nicholas B. Malito
One of the most controversial and popular topics in real estate today involves Airbnb, the online home rental service, and the concept of transient rentals.
By Cynthia Fischer, Christian Moretti, Daniel Pereira
New regulations governing warranties on consumer products will make it easier and more cost-effective for consumer product manufacturers and suppliers to satisfy the federally-mandated warranty notification requirements.
By Rachel A.H. Horton, David Dziengowski
Amendments to the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure are set to take effect on December 1, 2016.
By Karen Baillie
It is helpful to have this clarification, even if perhaps this is not the news employers have been eagerly awaiting.
By Karen Baillie
As employers prepare to implement the new federal Department of Labor regulations which, on December 1, 2016, will double the minimum salary required for many exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA"), employers should also consider revisiting how they are calculating hours worked for their nonexempt employees.
By Mark Lee, Benjamin Wanger
The article discusses the Supreme Court's interpretation of "official acts" in McDonnell v United States.
By Scott Wenner
The Safe Harbor agreement between the EU and the USA permitted American businesses to import personal data of EU citizens based on self-certification of compliance with EU data protection principles.
By Sarah Hewitt, Cynthia Fischer, Daniel Pereira
Recent changes to the federal statute governing warranties will make it easier and more cost-effective for consumer product manufacturers satisfy the federally-mandated warranty notification requirements.
By Bruce Merenstein
Earlier this week, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania issued a short, precedential opinion, reiterating that there are "no exceptions" to the deadline for filing a notice of appeal from a trial court's final judgment.
By Lee Schmeer, Barry Alexander
Congress created an uproar among personal injury tort defendants and their insurers when it passed the Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007 (MMSEA) less than 10 years ago.
By Jonathan Flora, Jon Hughes
When Congress enacted the S corporation statutes, the only entity capable of making an S election was a state law corporation, and the statutes are built on that premise.
By Lee Schmeer, Barry Alexander
After thousands of articles, seminars, and hours spent studying the MMSEA's requirements, Medicare no longer is the great concern it was.
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