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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Resource Center

On June 11, 2021 by Schnader in News

See the latest guidance from our lawyers on how the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic may affect many aspects of global business. Alternative Dispute Resolution The Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution for Coronavirus-Related Business Claims  Antitrust and Trade Regulation DOJ and FTC Allow Collaborative Action Between Competitors In the Age of COVID-19 […]

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Paul Titus Receives Eric W. Springer Professionalism Award of Hay-Sell Pittsburgh American Inn of Court

On June 11, 2021 by Schnader in News

Paul H. Titus was presented with the Eric W. Springer Professionalism Award for 2021, by the Hay-Sell Pittsburgh American Inn of Court. The award honors a member of the Hay-Sell Inn whose life and practice display sterling character, unquestioned integrity, and an ongoing dedication to the highest standards of the […]

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To Mandate or Not to Mandate? Legal Considerations for Private Employers Contemplating a Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccine Program

On June 10, 2021 by Schnader in Labor and Employment

Karen Baillie published a client alert, “To Mandate or Not to Mandate? Legal Considerations for Private Employers Contemplating a Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccine Program.” Many employers are trying to decide whether to require their employees to get vaccinated against Covid-19 and how to manage a vaccination program. Employers want to provide […]

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United States v. Borden: Why imposing mandatory minimums under the ACCA for reckless crimes offends due process

On June 7, 2021 by Schnader in Criminal Defense

Danielle Bruno McDermott published an article, “United States v. Borden: Why imposing mandatory minimums under the ACCA for reckless crimes offends due process,” in the Lawyers Journal of the Allegheny County Bar Association. The Armed Career Criminal Act, 18 U.S.C. §924(e), imposes a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in […]

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