...I think it could be." David M. Laigaie, of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, said a lack of clarity could cause a...
...On the same day White and Williams made that announcement, Pittsburgh-based Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott announced the retirement of Heidi B. Hamman Shakely...
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Increasing demand and a more concentrated focus on the efficient delivery of legal services should lead to higher profits in 2014, according to a survey of the managing partners' confidence in the ma
... After about 13 years at Pittsburgh-based Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott and a little over a year-and-a...
Three of Pennsylvania's largest law firms also appear to be some of the most highly thought of among the largest purchasers of legal services—Fortune 1000 corporate counsel
Bob's client sold a portion of its business to Rabbit Corp. At Bob's urging, the client agreed to arbitrate any claims arising out of the sales agreement. A claim arose shortly after the sale
Hardball tactics are common in business. Often, the law not only does not prohibit such tactics, it encourages them in the name of vibrant competition and efficiency. However, there are lines that ca
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The significant fourth-quarter boost many law firms experienced last year was the result of a unique political climate and will not be repeated this year, but law firm leaders said they're still opti
...Pa. Michelle Lebovitz Lamar, a partner in Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott's Trenton, N.J., office, is...
A spate of recent decisions highlights the intersection of different forms of intellectual property rights when the names, likenesses and records of athletes are approved without the athletes' consen
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