Contributor Page
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 215 7512000
Fax: +1 215 7512205
1600 Market Street
Suite 3600
PA 19103-7286
United States
By Stephen Shapiro
Under a Pennsylvania statute commonly referred to as "Act 6," a lender must give a residential borrower at least thirty days' notice before it may commence foreclosure proceedings.
By Scott Wenner
On Monday, June 4, the United States Supreme Court ("Court") announced its decision in the highly publicized Masterpiece Cakeshop case.
By Richard Barkasy, Daniel Pereira
On June 4, the U.S. Supreme Court sent a clear message regarding the requirements for non-dischargeability under the Bankruptcy Code, holding that a debtor's misleading statement...
By Dennis O. Cohen
Record numbers of M&A transactions were announced in 2017, and that number is expected to increase in 2018.
By Bruce Merenstein
Last week, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued decisions addressing seemingly esoteric matters of appellate procedure.
By Jonathan W. Hugg
I recently attended the American Bar Association's annual institute on blockchain technology, digital currency, and ICOs (initial coin offerings).
By Gordon Woodward
On May 22 the American Law Institute voted final approval for the Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance (RLLI).
By Stephen Fogdall
In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled 5-4 that arbitration clauses in employment contracts requiring individual dispute resolution procedures and prohibiting class actions and ...
By Stephen Shapiro
In a precedential decision diverging from holdings in the Fourth and Ninth Circuits, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, sitting en banc, held that the one-year statute of limitations...
By Karen Baillie
The duty imposed by the court is thus very limited.
By Carl Schaerf, Tracy J. Weinstein
Given hindsight borne of any accident, it is seductive to argue, and for a jury to want to believe, that a few additional simple words of warning would have prevented a catastrophic consequence.
By Jo Bennett
On April 24, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act into law.
By Jo Bennett
The Act will take effect 180 days after the Governor signs it into law.
By Laurel Brandstetter
The federal indictments and subsequent release of investigative materials relating to corruption in college basketball should alert every university, and many businesses, to the importance...
By Karen Baillie
In Karasek v. Regents of the University of California, No. 3:15-cv-03717-WHO (N. D. Cal. April 12, 2018), the court granted summary judgment to the University of California (UC) on the plaintiff's Title IX claims.
Contributor's Topics