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From the First Amendment to Final Exams: How Digital Crises Are Striking Schools

June 24, 2021

First Amendment law has struggled to stay apace with the ways in which people—especially teenagers—communicate. But while student speech rights…

EEOC and OSHA Update Guidance on Key Considerations Regarding COVID-19 Vaccinations

June 10, 2021

As businesses seek to re-open and return to pre-pandemic work environments, employers should know that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission…

The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Is Not Nearly As Broad As Some Prosecutors Claim: Van Buren v. U.S.

June 4, 2021

I Find Authority Always Wins, or how a police officer – bribed to check a license plate – got SCOTUS…

U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies Fair Use Defense Under Copyright Law as Tech Innovators Win Significant Victory in Google v. Oracle

April 12, 2021

On April 5, 2021, the United States Supreme Court held that tech giant Google, which used code from the Oracle-owned…


Ahead of the Class

March 15, 2021

Bylined Articles

Legal Brief: Manage and Audit Your Sales Practices…or Else

July 14, 2021

Security Business Magazine

Recent Vivint settlement with the FTC illustrates the importance of a legal review of sales and other business practices. Do…

Everybody Can Count to 40: Compensable Time – Know What Gets Counted As Paid Time

June 23, 2021

Modern Contractor Solutions
By Christopher Scott D'Angelo

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced that it reached a settlement and the entry of a Consent Order…

Legal Brief: Consumer Protection Laws and Your Business

June 14, 2021

Security Business Magazine

Recent Life Alert case illustrates the importance of understanding state-by-state consumer cancellation rights. To achieve success, salespeople must be charming…

Legal Brief: 9 Ways to Mitigate 3G Sunset Liability

May 14, 2021

Security Business Magazine

As carriers push forward to end 3G, there are several steps integrators should take to protect their business. Technological advances…

In the News

How One of the World’s Biggest Ships Jammed the Suez Canal

July 17, 2021

The New York Times

Four months after the megaship Ever Given got stuck in the canal, neither the canal nor the shipping industry has…

City Provides Update on Mishandling of MOVE Victims’ Remains

July 12, 2021

The City of Philadelphia Mayor's Office of Communications

The City  provided the following updates regarding the recent mishandling of the MOVE victims’ remains: […] Independent Investigation: We have…

Employment Lawyers Clash While Lawmakers Weigh Limits on Noncompete Agreements

June 30, 2021

New Jersey Law Journal
By Charles Toutant

While New Jersey lawmakers debate measures to limit the reach of employment noncompete agreements, litigation between employers and former employees…

Renowned Philly Defense Atty Joins Montgomery McCracken

May 12, 2021

Law360 Pulse
By James Boyle

Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP has added a Philadelphia lawyer with an established reputation as one of the city’s…

Press Releases

Keir Bradford-Grey Appointed to The City of Philadelphia’s MOVE Victims’ Investigatory Team

July 19, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce that Keir Bradford-Grey has been appointed to the City of Philadelphia’s (“the City”) MOVE…

Montgomery McCracken Welcomes Two Associates to Its Philadelphia Office

July 19, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce the addition of two associates to the firm’s Philadelphia office. Antonio G. Bonanni has…

Montgomery McCracken Wins “Corporate Turnaround of the Year” at 2021 Turnaround Atlas Awards

June 24, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce that it has been named a winner of the “Corporate Turnaround of the Year”…

Nine Montgomery McCracken Attorneys Selected to the 2021 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers List

May 26, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce that nine of the firm’s attorneys have been selected to the 2021 Pennsylvania Super…