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By Bruce Merenstein, Ben C. Fabens-Lassen
In a recent decision, Board of Supervisors of Willistown Township v. Main Line Gardens, Inc., the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania unanimously held that a party does not waive all issues on appeal...
By Richard Barkasy, Daniel Pereira
Schnader's Richard A. Barkasy and Daniel M. Pereira authored "Will other courts give ‘disclosure only' settlements closer scrutiny like Delaware?" published in Westlaw Journal Delaware Corporate...
By Rachel A.H. Horton
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has issued new guidance addressing national origin discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
By Rachel A.H. Horton
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has issued new guidance addressing national origin discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
By Alice Johnston, Lilian Loh
Recently, the International Association of Defense Counsel ("IADC") filed an amicus brief in support of Toyota in William Jae Kim v. Toyota Motor Corporation (No. S232754).
By Wilbur Kipnes, Stephen Shapiro, Jeanne Barnum
Assembly Bill A-3064, which the New Jersey Assembly passed on October 20, 2016, will come up for consideration in the Senate this year.
By Jeffrey Wilson
The Goglin court affirmed a judgment awarding a plaintiff over $185,000 in attorney fees and costs for successfully settling her claims under the California Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act...
By Jonathan Flora, Kevin Blanton
Recent amendments to Philadelphia's realty transfer tax will likely change the way commercial real estate is bought and sold.
By Jonathan Flora, Kevin Blanton
Recent amendments to Philadelphia's realty transfer tax will likely change the way commercial real estate is bought and sold.
By Elizabeth K. Ainslie
Ms. Ainslie is a former federal prosecutor and currently serves on the roster of neutral arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association.
By Jay Evans
A November 22, 2016 Supreme Court ruling, Rost, significantly changed the playing field for defendants in Pennsylvania.
By Elliot Dater, Jon Hughes
Partners Elliot Dater and Jon Hughes co-authored the article, "Don't Fly Too Close to the Sun (Funds): Investor Withdrawal Liability and Multiemployer Plans," in the Fall 2016 Edition of the Journal of Taxation and Regulation of Financial Institutions.
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.
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