Ethan O'Shea, a partner with Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, spoke on the topic of "Perils of Independent Contractor Misclassifications, Employment Background Checks, and Workplace Investiga
...Defense Counsel: William F. McDevitt and Marc L. Bogutz, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, Philadelphia. Comment: A Philadelphia jury has awarded a...
Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
Signing an email attesting to the substance of a negotiated agreement with the typed name of the sender constitutes a binding and enforceable stipulation of the settlement under CPLR 2104, a state ap
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...and partner William F. McDevitt from Christie Pabarue to Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker's Philadelphia office earlier this month. But...
Stating in a published opinion what it had previously held in an unpublished memorandum, the state Superior Court has ruled that when a case is removed from state court to federal court, the state co
...trial-prep notebook emblazoned with the law firm name Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker. With another law firm name on the cover...
...will serve as the committee representative from her firm, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker. She has tapped Cozen O'Connor managing partner Vincent R...
As her 21-year-old daughter studying abroad this semester in Paris and a former intern looked on from Skype video chat connections, Kathleen D. Wilkinson, the next chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar
Growth in revenue is the single most important goal for law firms in the coming year in the midst of a minimally growing pool of outside legal spend, a recent BTI Consulting Group survey showed
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