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Pa. Insureds’ Path To Pandemic Biz Interruption Coverage

May 19, 2020

Law360

In the wake of government edicts and orders around the world, including Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s March 19 executive order…

Suicide: Risk Assessment and Ethical Considerations for Pennsylvania Attorneys

April 28, 2020

The Pennsylvania Lawyer

Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. While we have chosen the law as…

Ethics is Easier When You’re Older

April 24, 2020

The Philadelphia Lawyer

The Preamble to Pennsylvania’s Rules of Professional Conduct says this about ethical behavior and a certain conflict of interest: [9]…Virtually…

Dismantlecon: BIMCO’s Form Offshore Decommissioning Contract

April 13, 2020

Soundings - American Salvage Association

In September 2019, BIMCO, venturing for the first time into waters offshore, released its DISMANTLECON form master services agreement for…

Applying for the Paycheck Protection Program? Here’s what small businesses need to know

April 3, 2020

Technical.ly Philly

Who is eligible? What are the terms? What can it be used for? Will any portion of the loan be…

Pa. Court’s Ruling On Uber Terms Clashes With Case Law

January 30, 2020

Law360

If your company uses an online agreement and sells to Philadelphia residents, you will want to know about a Jan….

Drone Usage Beneficial on Projects – But They’re Not Toys

January 15, 2020

Modern Contractor Solutions Magazine

Drones are used more and more in construction projects—whether for inspections, surveys, designs, monitoring, progress reports, site management and safety,…

What The Federal Green Light on Hemp Means For Banks

December 11, 2019

Law360

Many banks have hesitated or refused to work with hemp companies due to uncertainty about the interplay between the legality…

Heightened Standard for Imposition of Civil Contempt Sanctions Arising from Violation of Discharge Order

November 27, 2019

American Bankruptcy Institute

On June 3, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court released a unanimous decision in Taggart v. Lorenzen concluding that a court…

Illness to Wellness: Improving Mental Health With Physical Fitness

November 18, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter

An unpopular opinion amongst those of us in the legal profession is that even the busiest lawyers can make time…

New Jersey Law Journal “Diverse Attorneys of the Year”: Fabiana Pierre-Louis

October 30, 2019

New Jersey Law Journal

Fabiana Pierre-Louis was the first woman of color to serve as attorney-in-charge of the Trenton branch of the U.S. Attorney’s…

Ethical Considerations in Representing Clients at Risk of Suicide

September 3, 2019

For the Defense

Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. As criminal defense attorneys, we counsel our…

Bankruptcy Mediation

July 10, 2019

Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice

Edward L. Schnitzer, the chair of our firm’s Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring Group, published a scholarly essay entitled “Bankruptcy Mediation”…

No-Poach Agreements Versus Antitrust Law

April 19, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter

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

“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

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

When Expert Testimony Is Required to Prove Allegations of Online Misconduct

December 4, 2018

For The Defense | Vol. 3, Issue 4

Your client is accused of engaging in misconduct on the Internet. Does your opponent need to call an expert witness…

Breaking Barriers for the Baby Boomer Burden: How Removing Interstate Provider Licensure for Telemedicine Can Alleviate Impending Health Care Costs

November 7, 2018

Health Care Liability & Litigation Newsletter

In March 2018, the United States Census Bureau projected that by 2030, all baby boomers will be over the age…

From ‘all natural’ advertising to PR nightmare… Reflections on Rice v. National Beverage Corp (LaCroix)

October 17, 2018

Food Navigator USA

It’s a food and beverage manufacturer’s nightmare: the headline on People Magazine’s website announces you were sued in a class…