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By Danielle T. Bruno, Randall P. Hsia
Earlier this year, the Department of Justice issued a memorandum opinion that effectively reversed the DOJ's 2011 guidance and advised federal prosecutors that the Wire Act's prohibition against interstate gambling ...
By Megan Harmon
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will now address the question, "Are contractual no-hire provisions which are part of a services contract between sophisticated business entities enforceable under the law of this Commonwealth?"
By Karen Baillie
The effective date of Pittsburgh's new sick leave ordinance has been posted — January 11, 2016
By Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
Four Schnader attorneys were selected for listing in the 2019 Aviation Expert Guide, "the international legal market's leading guide to the top practitioners advising on aviation law."
By Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
The Summer 2019 edition of the Aviation Group's newsletter examines some of the most recent and relevant cases and developments in aviation
By Osazenoriuwa Ebose
The District Court agreed with the employer and granted summary judgment.
By Daniel Pereira
On May 20, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC, resolving what was substantively one of the more significant circuit court splits existing under the Bankruptcy Code.
By W. Drew Kastner, Stephenie Yeung
In Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v., the U.S. Supreme Court recently clarified the rules for the prerequisites to filing copyright infringement lawsuits, which also raises questions about the practical impact ...
By Keith Whitson
Keith E. Whitson, Managing Partner of Schnader's Pittsburgh Office, helped to lead a training and kickoff event on June 12, 2019
By Danielle T. Bruno, Laurel Gift
The effect of this decision is that states are no longer prohibited from permitting and regulating sports betting operations.
By Theresa Loscalzo
The culture of integrity cannot be sustained by NCAA regulations alone.
By Laurel Gift, Randall P. Hsia
Ensuring investigation integrity should be the primary focus of those with oversight over the inquiry.
By Stephenie Yeung
Colleges and universities have increasingly invested in intellectual property licensing to protect their images and brands.
By Randall P. Hsia
The federal rules for sports betting have been radically changed and then left in disarray. First, the Supreme Court's Murphy decision in May 2018 ceded regulation of sports gambling to the individual states.
By Stephenie Yeung
A side effect of legal sports betting is that bettors will look for ways to gain an advantage in their wagers.
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