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How Montgomery McCracken Popped Pa. Liquor Control Fight

April 2, 2021

Law360 Pulse

A plain reading of a Pennsylvania statute and a little common sense helped four attorneys from Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads…

Pa. Supreme Court upholds ruling that the PLCB illegally restricted wine shipping

March 26, 2021

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Pa. Supreme Court agrees that PLCB did ‘self-govern’ wine distribution to retailers and restaurants. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Thursday…

High Court Allows for Direct Delivery of Specialty Wines to Pennsylvania Consumers

March 26, 2021

The Legal Intelligencer

The high court on Thursday issued a one-sentence order affirming a ruling from Commonwealth Court Judge P. Kevin Brobson, who…

3 Named Partner At Montgomery McCracken Philly Office

March 4, 2021

Law360 Pulse

Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP has appointed two associates and one of counsel attorney partners at its Philadelphia office,…

Montgomery McCracken Adds New Litigation Vice Chair In NY

February 5, 2021

Law360 Pulse

A former military prosecutor and special assistant U.S. attorney with a specialty in cybersecurity matters joined Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads…

Montgomery McCracken Adds Retired NJ Judge

February 2, 2021

Law360 Pulse

A recently retired New Jersey federal magistrate judge is joining Montgomery McCracken’s alternative dispute resolution practice after 14 years on…

Heading to Montgomery McCracken: Magistrate Judge Steps Down After 14 Years

January 26, 2021

New Jersey Law Journal

Former U.S. Magistrate Judge Joel Schneider says he picked Montgomery McCracken because of the firm’s reputation for integrity and for…

Report on Philadelphia police protest response finds flaws

December 24, 2020

AP News

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — An independent review of Philadelphia’s police response to days of widespread protests after the May killing of…

‘Ineffective Operations Plan’: Independent Report Blasts Philadelphia’s Handling Of George Floyd Protests, Civil Unrest

December 23, 2020


PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An independent report released Wednesday afternoon blasted Philadelphia’s response to its handling of the protests and civil…

Philly Police Were Overwhelmed and Underprepared for Floyd Protests, Report Says

December 23, 2020


Despite large and unruly protests in other major cities following the death of George Floyd, Philadelphia Police officials didn’t plan…

A Supreme Court CFAA Decision Could Give Terms of Service More Legal Bite

December 9, 2020

Legaltech News

The Van Buren v. U.S. government case will solve a long-simmering circuit split regarding the scope of Computer Fraud and…

Tuesday Morning Corporation: Judge Hale Blocks Aspects of Trade Claimants Committee’s Campaign for ‘No’ Votes on Tuesday Morning Plan, Grants Sanctions

December 9, 2020


Judge Harlin Hale granted the Tuesday Morning debtors’ motion to compel the Invictus-led trade claimants committee, or TCC, to comply…

Pa. Panel Asks If Sanction Fight Can Keep Spill Case Alive

December 8, 2020


A Pennsylvania appellate panel Tuesday questioned whether a protracted fight over sanctioning an attorney can keep an underlying chemical-spill case…

Montgomery Adds Atty To Helm New Sex Misconduct Group

November 20, 2020


Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP has added a former Fowler Hirtzel McNulty & Spaulding partner to its litigation department, the firm has…

Best of the Bar 2020: The Philadelphia Business Journal honors 40 top lawyers

October 29, 2020

Philadelphia Business Journal

Montgomery McCracken partner William K. Kennedy was selected to the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best of the Bar: Philadelphia’s Top Lawyers in…

Philadelphia City Council Reviewing Police Department’s Alleged Excessive Force During George Floyd Protests

October 12, 2020

CBS Philly

Philadelphia City Council is taking a closer look at the police response to protests that erupted in Philadelphia following George…

How Midsize Firms Fit Summer Associates Into the New Normal

September 23, 2020

The Legal Intelligencer

Many midsize firms scrapped summer programs years ago, but two Pennsylvania firms were determined to keep theirs running, even during…

N.J. now has 1st Black woman on state Supreme Court. Fabiana Pierre-Louis was just sworn in.

September 1, 2020

Fabiana Pierre-Louis was sworn in Tuesday as the newest member of the New Jersey Supreme Court, officially becoming the first…

Fabiana Pierre-Louis becomes first African-American woman to serve on New Jersey Supreme Court

August 30, 2020

Philly Voice

Following a unanimous confirmation by the state Senate this week, Fabiana Pierre-Louis is set to become the first African-American female…

NJ Senate Confirms State’s 1st Black Female Justice

August 27, 2020


The New Jersey Senate on Thursday unanimously confirmed Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP partner Fabiana Pierre-Louis to the state Supreme Court, a historic…