...akin to large lateral group hires. But an even hotter trend than mini-mergers was the opening of new offices, which included national...
...Denney identified were to be expected and others have emerged more recently. Asia and Latin America were both cited as hot markets for the increasing...
Trying to project how a court will rule can be like throwing darts at a dartboard. Predicting where the Pennsylvania Supreme Court may be leaning on the Restatement (Third) of Torts regarding product
Adopting the Restatement (Third) of Torts and forcing a plaintiff to prove the existence of a reasonable alternative product could create an "insurmountable hurdle" for plaintiffs in products liabili
...Restatement. In the 2012 ruling in Reott v. Asia Trend, the Supreme Court arguably favored the Second Restatement when it...
Longtime Reed Smith global managing partner Gregory B. Jordan is leaving the firm to serve as general counsel of PNC Financial Services Group, the firm announced Thursday
White-collar attorneys are hot commodities right now in Pennsylvania, thanks in large part to the value they can add to firms beyond what is traditionally thought of as "white-collar defense.
Twenty-four years ago, I wrote my first software patent application, "Debugging Parallel Programs by Serialization." A little more than two years after filing the application, the patent issued with
In the most ironic of ironies, Pennsylvania products liability law is defective and malfunctioning itself given the confusion in the federal courts over whether the Restatement (Second) of Torts or t
...Cir. 2011). Furthermore, the court found that Reott v. Asia Trend, Inc., 55 A.3d 1088 (Pa. 2012), which was issued after...
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