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Despite expressing serious reservations, a federal judge in Philadelphia has enforced an arbitration clause between an employee and Applebee's, foreclosing the waiter from bringing his claim as a cla
... In 2013, the Supreme Court reinforced that concept in American Express v. Italian Colors Restaurant, 133 S. Ct. 2304 (2013), holding...
Five attorneys joined Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney's Philadelphia office
One hundred and seventy-one—that is the number of patent lawsuits that have been filed against Apple since the beginning of 2009. While Apple was sued for patent infringement more than any othe
...and Mrs. Sanford." However, while Craig Sanford was an express client of Bracewell's pursuant to the engagement letter, Mary Jo...
Before the advent of wage-and-hour class action litigation, labor and employment cases rarely rose to a level that impacted corporate financial statements
A divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered the Commonwealth Court to determine whether some or all of the $100 million the state transferred from the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit recently decided a case involving a challenge, on religious grounds, to the Affordable Care Act
...the American Copyright Act (originally passed in 1792), before declining to advance or reduce the scope of the act’s language absent express direction...
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