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Bruce P. Merenstein Noted as Young Lawyer Who Played Key Role in Barnes Foundation Matter

On February 10, 2005 by Schnader in Appellate

Schnader attorney Bruce P. Merenstein was prominently featured in the “Young Lawyers” supplement to The Legal Intelligencer in its front-page story, “Battle for the Barnes: Center City Associates Fought on Both Sides of the Art Collection Dispute.” The article notes that Bruce and Paul Quinones both “played instrumental roles for the […]

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Relocating the Barnes Raises Challenges

On January 15, 2005 by Schnader in Appellate

Schnader Chairman Ralph G. Wellington said he was “confident that the judge’s ruling, which amended Barnes’s written instructions that nothing in the collection be moved after his death, would stand,” according to The New York Times article, “Relocating the Barnes Raises Financial and Other Challenges.” A Barnes Foundation art student, […]

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Barnes Foundation Move Likely To Be Affirmed on Appeal

On January 12, 2005 by Schnader in Appellate

Schnader Chairman Ralph G. Wellington was quoted as being “very comfortable” that Judge Stanley Ott’s decision regarding the move of the Barnes Foundation to Center City Philadelphia “will be affirmed on any appeal.” According to The Philadelphia Inquirer article, “Barnes Move To Be Fought,” Jay Raymond, a Barnes Foundation art […]

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Schnader Partner Is Elected to American Academy of Appellate Lawyers

On December 16, 2004 by Schnader in Appellate

CONTACT:   Tricia M. McCoy                        Public Relations Manager                        215-751-2061 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PHILADELPHIA, PA (December 16, 2004) – Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP partner Nancy Winkelman is only the ninth lawyer – and the first woman – to be elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers from […]

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