Contributor Page
Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP
 
Email  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 215 772 1500
Fax: +1 215 772 7620
1735 Market St
Philadelphia
PA 19103-7505
United States
By Lathrop B. Nelson, III
Criminal defense attorneys often represent their clients when they are at their most vulnerable, facing an extremely stressful and often overwhelming investigation or prosecution.
By John M. Myers
That Lackawanna had a duty to provide duly licensed athletic trainers for its student athletes participating in athletic events.
By Brianna Vinci
The use of a mark in commerce must be lawful, so the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO") will decline to register marks for goods and services that are illegal under federal law.
By Eric Chang, Wook Chung, A. Nicole Phillips
On June 17, 2019, at the Port of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), U.S. federal law enforcement seized over 16 tons of cocaine from containers onboard the MSC GAYANE container ship.
By Michael Witsch
Menendez took to Twitter yesterday to thank the Department of Justice for "reevaluating its case and com[ing] to the appropriate conclusion.
By Lathrop B. Nelson, III
The defendant's conduct is more colorfully described in Justice Thomas's dissent than in Justice Breyer's majority opinion.
By Michael Witsch
The Commonwealth's forensic expert testified that the screenshots of the messages came from the Tyler Mangel account.
By Georgette Castner, Alexandra S. Jacobs
If signed, this law would expand the State of New Jersey's medical marijuana program.
By Edward L. Schnitzer
Claims trading plays a huge role in bankruptcies.
By Lathrop B. Nelson, III
A drug bust does not ordinarily fit as a subject of a White Collar Alert, but when law enforcement seizes 16 tons of cocaine from a container ship, the enforcement action raises some critical issues for the maritime industry.
By William K. Kennedy
This week, the New Jersey Supreme Court announced that it would consider whether the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination's protection of employees' use of prescription medication trumps the ...
By Robert E. Day
In Justice Brett Kavanaugh's first opinion, Henry Schein, Inc. v. Archer and White Sales, Inc., 586 U.S. ___ (Jan. 8, 2019), the Supreme Court rejected the "wholly groundless" exception to the enforcement of certain arbitration delegation clauses.
By Robert E. Day
On January 8, the Supreme Court handed down its second unanimous opinion on arbitration in as many weeks, New Prime Inc. v. Oliveira, 586 U.S. ___ (Jan. 15, 2019).
By Patrick T. Ryan
On March 8, 2019, the Third Circuit became the third federal court of appeals to hold that a shopper alleging he or she received a receipt displaying too many digits of a credit card number—
By Ernest D. Holtzheimer
In one of the more recent attempts to regulate and tax the growing internet economy, New Jersey has become one of the first big states to adopt a surcharge on rentals of fewer than 90 days, a so-called "AirBnB Tax".