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Employers May Be Required to Submit Pay Data to the EEOC by September 30, 2019

April 8, 2019

Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) informed a federal judge that it intends to require employers to turn…

New Jersey Appellate Division Holds That Employer May Have To Provide Accommodation To Licensed Medical Marijuana User

March 29, 2019

On March 27, 2019, the New Jersey Appellate Division decided that the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination’s (NJLAD’s) protection of…

Banks Move One Step Closer to Working with Cannabis Companies

March 28, 2019

On March 28, 2019, the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act easily passed the House Financial Services Committee by…

New Jersey Legislature Stalls Legalized Marijuana Vote

March 26, 2019

Yesterday, the New Jersey Legislature was scheduled to vote on a bill to legalize adult-use marijuana.  Senate President Stephen Sweeney,…


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Bylined Articles

No-Poach Agreements Versus Antitrust Law

April 19, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter
By Ernest D. Holtzheimer

For those who may not be familiar with no-poach agreements, they have historically been agreements between two or more companies…

Comparison of Euro. Competition, U.S. Antitrust Laws

February 22, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter

There is a divergence between European and U.S. competition law governing private rights of action, collective actions, resale price maintenance,…

New Incentive to Invest in Distressed Communities

January 11, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter
By Ernest D. Holtzheimer

“Qualified Opportunity Zones” were introduced just one year ago by the 2017 tax reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,…

New rules for nursing home administrators put residents at risk

December 6, 2018

The Philadelphia Inquirer
By Mara I. Smith

Over the last 12 months, both the federal and Pennsylvania governments have taken actions that could significantly impact safety at…


In the News

States, experts say EPA role on chemicals crucial

April 1, 2019

Echo Pilot
By Jenny Wagner & Kyle Bagenstose

States and legal experts say EPA regulations on PFAS chemicals are crucial to protect public health and compel the cleanup…

Duke Star Zion Williamson May Have Slam-Dunk Case Against Nike, but Some Lawyers Doubt He’ll Just Do It

March 6, 2019

The Legal Intelligencer
By Max Mitchell

Duke basketball star Zion Williamson’s shoe ripping apart during the first minute of one of the most highly anticipated college games of…

Court Silences Woman Who Spoke Out About Grandchild’s Abuse in Philadelphia Foster Care

November 28, 2018

The Legal Intelligencer
By P.J. D'Annunzio

Virginia McKale, who was featured in an October Legal Intelligencer article about systemic problems in Philadelphia’s child welfare system in…

What Betsy DeVos’ new sexual misconduct regulations mean for victims, the accused, and schools

November 16, 2018

The Philadelphia Inquirer
By Anna Orso

The Trump administration on Friday announced an overhaul to how schools deal with allegations of sexual misconduct, drastically narrowing the…


Press Releases

Joel B. Rosen to Speak at the New Jersey Association for Justice’s 2019 Boardwalk Seminar

April 3, 2019

Joel B. Rosen, a partner in Montgomery McCracken’s Litigation Department, is slated to speak at the New Jersey Association for…

Montgomery McCracken Earns 100 percent on Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 17th Annual Scorecard on LGBTQ Workplace Equality

March 28, 2019

Philadelphia, PA – March 28, 2019  – Montgomery McCracken is proud to announce that it received a perfect score of…

Montgomery McCracken Launches Sports Medicine Law Newsletter

March 14, 2019

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce that the firm has partnered with Hackney Publications to launch Sports Medicine and Law,…

Montgomery McCracken Elects Four New Partners

March 1, 2019

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce that Stephanie K. Benecchi, Ethan Hougah, Erin A. Novak and Renee Nunley Smith have…