Litigation hold letters sent to a defendant company's business associates are protected by judicial privilege from that company's claims of defamation and tortious interference, the Pennsylvania Supe
...Giles, chairman of the real estate department of Spector Gadon & Rosen, is set to be one of the featured speakers...
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case of first impression over whether homebuyers who are not the original purchaser-users of a home may still bring implied warranty o
...Rader, chair of the environmental and energy law practice at Spector Gadon & Rosen in Philadelphia, adding that a number of his clients have...
A Philadelphia homeowner is seeking reargument in the Pennsylvania Superior Court in a case in which a contract with an unlicensed electrician was upheld
A former counsel for the Philadelphia Housing Authority under Carl Greene might well have a case against PHA for the way he was fired, a federal judge has ruled
...his cases, Lomas v. Kravitz, to attorneys at Spector Gadon & Rosen. Branca had represented the plaintiff, Roy Lomas, who was a...
Halmon L. Banks III, who had been a partner at the workers' compensation firm formerly known as Martin Banks until his acrimonious departure last month, has opened Banks Law, his own three-lawyer fir
Courts throughout the nation recognize that "the era of the locally owned, 'mom and pop' nursing facility is gone. Increasingly, private investment groups own large chains of nursing homes
...state Supreme Court last week. Bruce Bellingham of Spector Gadon & Rosen said his client Philadelphia Transload & Logistics, which acquired the...
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