As another year draws to a close, many employers might be ready to put 2013 in their rear view mirrors. Never mind the continued and broad challenges they faced in the still-uncertain economic climat
In a case of first impression, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that a nursing home arbitration agreement does not bind a resident's heirs because a wrongful death lawsuit is an independent
...last two years alone, the Department of Labor's Administration Review Board (ARB) under the Obama administration has issued significant decisions that decidedly favor employees...
...Judge Theodore McKee. Referring to the review board, he said, "the ARB interprets the phrase to require that the plaintiff have a subjective belief...
If the city of Philadelphia must make further cuts in order to balance its budget, Mayor Michael A. Nutter's administration said that decreased funding for the Defender Association of Philadelphia, t
Dimitrios Biller, the former in-house attorney for Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. who accused the automaker of discovery violations in products liability cases, lost his appeal to overturn a $2.5 millio
Lawyers for consumers and for a credit repair company on Tuesday tangled over the meaning of "right to sue" in the latest arbitration challenge before the U.S. Supreme Court
A federal judge has refused to vacate an arbitrator's award despite a bank's argument that it amounted to an illegal "golden parachute" that violates the Troubled Asset Relief Program
When litigants attempt to vacate arbitration awards, they usually don't get much help from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
A Philadelphia judge declined to vacate an arbitration award in a case brought against Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis by a retired partner over interpretations of amendments to the partnership agree
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