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A federal judge took a literal definition of “adjacent” when ruling in the Citizens for Pennsylvania’s Future v. Ultra Resources case.
Legal news from Meyer, Unkovic & Scott; Beck & Thomas; Metz Lewis Brodman Must O’Keefe; Duane Morris; Frank, Gale, Bails, Murcko & Pocrass
Furthermore, many believe they retain rights that they don’t when signing certain agreements.
A jury of average consumers should decide trademark rights rather than judges, according to a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal court has decided to move to Pittsburgh a suit alleging that Moon-based FedEx Ground discriminated against deaf employees.
Rodney Prewitt, a pharmacist, had moral objections to giving the flu vaccine.
Legal news from Burns White; Reed Smith; Jackson Lewis; Meyer, Unkovic & Scott; Cohen & Grigsby
“Cat’s paw” describes the situation in which an employer is liable for allowing an employee’s bias to influence an employment decision.
Many patients and family members say they wish they’d taken advantage of these services sooner.
Thomas K. Kistler, president judge of Centre County Court, may have distributed an email that could be viewed as racially insensitive.
One Pittsburgh lawyer, asked about the chances of successful litigation, said Wednesday it depends on the circumstances.
Nationally, the industry average for revenue growth was 4.5 percent, whereas Pennsylvania firms saw a 3.5 percent rise.
The cybersecurity woes of companies like Target and Sony have meant a busy start to 2015 for law firm data-privacy and security practices.
Legal news from Julian Gray Associates, Leech Tishman, Dinsmore & Shohl.
Under the new rules, employers have less time to respond to union petitions. Also, delays that can postpone elections are eliminated.
Law firms are playing a critical role in helping other navigate a patchwork of state laws and how to handle a breach’s fallout.
The best plans for going into business with one or more partners include a plan to get out of business with those partners.
Mr. Lynch is a partner at Carlson Lynch Sweet & Kilpela on the North Side, which is already looking for plaintiffs in future litigation.