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By Alexandra Zeiger
After nearly a decade of only minor changes to the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code ("UCC"), the Department of Labor and Industry, by recommendation from the Uniform Construction Code Review and Advisory Council, acted in May, 2018 to approve significant changes to the UCC.
By Alexandra Zeiger, Megan Harmon
Alexandra A. Zeiger and Megan E. Harmon published "Steves and Sons vs. Jeld-Wen: The first private antitrust divestiture suit" in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
By Samantha Banks
"This fall, Pennsylvania adopted legislation in an effort to prevent, deter, and criminalize hazing at colleges, universities, and secondary schools
By Jonathan B. Skowron
Skowron focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, primarily professional negligence and product liability actions, as well as general contractual disputes.
By Jonathan B. Skowron
Jonathan B. Skowron published "Opposing Counsel CC'd Her Client; May I ‘Reply All'?" in DRI's The Voice. Skowron is an associate in the Litigation Services Department with experience in profession
By Albert Dandridge, III, Laurel Gift, Jonathan W. Hugg, Nicole Leach, Jonathan B. Skowron, David R. Struwe
A diverse panel of lawyers and other professionals from Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis answers a few select questions in this recurring column in The Legal Intelligencer, advising young lawyers about their career, ...
By Jay Evans, Vikram Subramanian
Vikram Subramanian and Jay Evans published "The Potential Impact of Smartphones, Wearable Tech in Personal Injury Cases" in The Legal Intelligencer's 2018 Personal Injury Supplement.
By Karen Baillie
On Friday, November 16, 2018, the U.S. Department of Education released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding how schools ...
By Edward Sholinsky
Last year, I tried a prisoner civil rights case in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. After a three-day trial, the jury returned a verdict in favor of my client and awarded him $30,000 in damages.
By Laurel Gift, Osazenoriuwa Ebose
These developments raise issues that were first addressed in the 1967 Supreme Court decision, Garrity v. New Jersey.
By Laurel Gift
Gift chairs Schnader's Criminal Defense and Internal Investigation practice group.
By Courtney D. Taylor
Practicing law starts with getting and maintaining clients. Pitching business is an often underappreciated aspect of being successful as a lawyer.
By Scott Wenner
"A panel of the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit unanimously decided last week that a properly-drafted arbitration clause that waives class actions and reserves to the arbitrator...
By Laurel Gift, Danielle T. Bruno
How can businesses safely utilize blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, while avoiding potential cyberattacks, criminal activity, regulatory violations and financial losses?
By Alexandra Zeiger
The Pennsylvania General Assembly recently revised and Governor Tom Wolf signed into law important changes to the Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act (CASPA), //
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