Whether they were gaining or losing groups of lawyers, undergoing leadership transitions, splitting up or merging, midsized firms across Pennsylvania experienced a number of significant changes in 20
On Memorial Day weekend, Sarah Murnaghan was dying in a bed in the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia awaiting a lung transplant. Her parents, Fran and Janet Murnaghan, had just begun a public campa
When I started my legal career as a law clerk to a federal judge, I quickly became aware that the lawyers who appeared before federal judges in San Francisco all had reputations
Originally Published: The Recorder
...groups. *** Gregory Hanscom joined Fisher & Phillips as an associate. He focuses his practice on...
The American Psychiatric Association released a new edition of its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, known as the DSM-5, on May 18. Although the manual is primarily used by psych
Last month, our article, "Questions Raised Regarding Who Qualifies as a Supervisor," appeared in the Labor and Employment Law Supplement to The Legal. Recently, in a week filled with big decisions, t
In a case that could impact employers everywhere, Vance v. Ball State University, the U.S. Supreme Court is considering who qualifies as a supervisor pursuant to Faragher v. City of Boca Raton, and B
... Joel Rice, a partner in the Chicago office of Fisher & Phillips, says that in an instance where a company was facing a...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...Events The Philadelphia office of Fisher & Phillips is set to host a one-day labor employment law...
A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled for Comcast Corp. in a dispute over the alleged monopolization of the Philadelphia cable television market, overturning an appellate ruling that certif
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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