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Montgomery McCracken Snags 4 Buchanan Attys For IP Unit

August 9, 2018

Law360

The Philadelphia office of Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP says it has added a powerful intellectual property team that includes a…

LGBT Trailblazers Join Law Firm Montgomery McCracken

August 7, 2018

Philadelphia Inquirer

Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, the multistate law firm based in Center City, has added two LGBT trailblazers to its…

Montgomery McCracken Launches IP Department With Buchanan Attorneys

August 7, 2018

The Legal Intelligencer

With its latest lateral move, Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads has also added a practice area and a head of…

‘Hope Is Not a Strategy’ for Midsize Law Firms in NY. Here’s What Works

July 3, 2018

The Legal Intelligencer

The New York Legal market throws up two big obstacles for midsize law firms: great expense and intense competition. But…

Settlement Issues May Force 9th Circ. Rethink Of Hyundai Kia

June 29, 2018

Law360

Consumer class action settlements are hitting snags after the Ninth Circuit ruled in January that courts must weigh whether varying…

Sexual Harassment No More

June 24, 2018

Habitat

On May 9, Mayor Bill De Blasio signed the Stop Sexual Harassment in New York City Act, a package of 11 bills designed…

Funds Prop Up Merger Price Case Filings Despite Risks

June 22, 2018

Bloomberg Law

A handful of investment funds is keeping alive what once was an uber-popular strategy of using the courts to challenge…

New Study Undercuts EPA Safety Limit for Chemicals

June 21, 2018

The Intelligencer

Safety limits proposed in a new draft study are lower than those behind the EPA’s recommended limits for chemicals in…

New Citywide Smoking Policy for Residential Buildings to Go Into Effect This August

June 14, 2018

The Cooperator

Starting August 28, 2018, all residential buildings with three or more units in New York City will be required to adopt…

Podcast: Lessons from the bid-rigging trial

June 12, 2018

The Bond Buyer

Partner Lathrop B. Nelson discusses the United States v. Carollo, Grimm and Goldberg municipal bond case, and its overturn on…

Partner, Founder’s Grandson Returns to Montgomery McCracken

June 6, 2018

The Legal Intelligencer

A lawyer with deep ties to Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads has re-joined the firm as a partner after nearly…

Hiring a New Building Super

May 31, 2018

The Cooperator

Co-op and condo buildings are complex social communities.  At the heart of many of these communities is the superintendent.  The…

Hertz Investor Sues Board, CEO In Del. Over Restatements

May 31, 2018

Law360

A Hertz Global Holdings Inc. investor has sued the rental company’s directors, CEO and former CEO in Delaware’s Chancery Court, seeking…

3rd Circ. Won’t Revisit Citgo’s $100M Oil Spill Liability

May 31, 2018

Law360

The Third Circuit declined Wednesday to revisit a decision that made three Citgo units liable for most of a $100 million-plus oil…

Big Fox shareholder urges Rupert Murdoch to overlook his self interest and consider Comcast cash deal

May 25, 2018

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Warning of conflicts of interest within the Murdoch family, a U.K. hedge fund with $5.3 billion in 21st Century Fox…

The Business Corporation Law: A Primer

May 17, 2018

The Cooperator

In New York State, cooperative corporations are governed by the New York Business Corporation Law (BCL), a piece of legislation…

What to Do When Workplace Relationships Lead to Harassment

May 15, 2018

SHRM

Sexual harassment prevention and response are hot topics right now, but HR professionals may still be wondering how to navigate…

It’s the Law: Post a Sexual Harassment Policy

May 11, 2018

Co-ops and condos now have yet another rule to follow. Mayor Bill de Blasio has signed a package of 11 bills designed…

Employment Pro Rejoins Montgomery McCracken From LeClairRyan

May 3, 2018

Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads has re-recruited another lawyer in its labor and employment practice, taking partner Carmon Popler from LeClairRyan. Popler…

Paper Vs. Electronic Records: What’s Acceptable and When?

April 25, 2018

The Cooperator

The trend today is toward a paperless world.  Electronic record keeping can reduce costs overall by eliminating the need for…