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By Jo Bennett
In response to a surge of sexual misconduct allegations throughout the country, Democratic state senators in Pennsylvania on Wednesday announced legislation that would ban agreements...
By Albert Dandridge, III
The article examines the change in the name of the annual fundraising benefit for the Philadelphia Bar Foundation. In 2016, in light of newly discovered information that Andrew Hamilton was a slave owner...
By Laurel Brandstetter
The op-ed shares "behind the scenes" strategies that Mueller's indictments seem to point to.
By Michael Wietrzychowski
A recent case in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals serves as an important reminder that employers must pay workers for short breaks.
By Hon. Timothy Lewis
"A basic tenet of our system of justice is that every person facing criminal prosecution in America—whether rich or poor—deserves competent legal representation.
By Jo Bennett
UPDATE (10/04/2017). Read the blog post linked below for a brief assessment of the oral argument. It looks like "a deeply divided Court."
By Jeanne Barnum
Construction Industry Practice Group chair Jeanne Schubert Barnum created the audio presentation "USSC Decision Suggests Any State Rule Requiring Clear and Ambiguous Waiver..
By Laurel Brandstetter, Benjamin Wanger
The recent indictment of at least 10 individuals associated with college basketball should alert every university, and many businesses, to the importance of operating strong ethics and compliance programs...
By Samantha Banks
On September 13, U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied Uber's motion for partial summary judgment in Razak v. Uber Technologies.
By Jo Bennett
While the case before the Supreme Court remains pending, employers should be mindful of the uncertainty of the legality of class-action waivers.
By Karen Baillie
On September 22, the Department of Education issued this announcement formally withdrawing the statements of policy and guidance in its 2011 Dear Colleague Letter on Sexual Violence and its 2014 Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence.
By Jonathan B. Skowron
A motion to exclude expert testimony can be a powerful tool to encourage settlement, win summary judgment, or challenge class certification.
By Karen Baillie
Last month we told you that a court in Florida had ordered the Winn-Dixie supermarket chain to make its websites accessible to persons with vision impairments by following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 standards.
By Jonathan B. Skowron
We all want to be the lawyer that comes to mind when a client is faced with a problem or opportunity; but even if you're the best advocate for the job, if the person hir¬ing counsel doesn't know who you are, it won't matter.
By Michael Wietrzychowski
In Dugan v. Best Buy, an unreported decision (thus far) by the New Jersey Appellate court, we are again reminded of the requirement that an employee's waiver of the right to sue contained...
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