A settlement is a settlement. The parties agree on its terms, terminate the litigation, and move on. Right? Not always. Class actions, for example, are different
...life sciences health industry group and Dana Janquitto joined the firm as an associate in the real estate group, both in the Philadelphia...
Betsy Hames isn't a lawyer, but the law permeates nearly every aspect of her job overseeing employee relations in Emory University's human resources department. "We're dealing with labor law, ?employ
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Last year, Congress passed an important law clarifying that members of Congress, their staff and all federal employees must abide by the same insider trading prohibitions as everyone else
...aware there is a lot of hype on the subject promoted by firms that have turned conducting internal investigations into a cottage industry. There are...
In the August 28, 2012, column in this series, "Natural Gas and Zoning: The Commonwealth Court's Act 13 Decision," David G. Mandelbaum discussed Robinson Township v. Public Utilities Commission, hold
...s white-collar criminal defense group and is co-chair of the firm's commercial litigation practice group. Elected and...
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has taken up a bill that would create new rules for contingency-fee contracts between the state of Pennsylvania and outside counsel, including capping contin
...were students at Fordham University School of Law and started personal injury firm Rios & Levy in 2008. Both had worked for other personal injury...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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