Skip to Content

Category: Litigation

Parallel Proceedings: The Pennsylvania Superior Court Adopts a Federal Court’s Framework for Analyzing Requests to Stay Civil Proceedings Pending Ongoing Criminal Prosecution

On May 12, 2020 by Schnader in Litigation

Danielle Bruno McDermott and Jonathan W. Hugg published a client alert, “Parallel Proceedings: The Pennsylvania Superior Court Adopts a Federal Court’s Framework for Analyzing Requests to Stay Civil Proceedings Pending Ongoing Criminal Prosecution.”  A not uncommon tactic of defendants facing both civil lawsuits and criminal charges is to attempt to […]

Read More

Immunity, Preemption of State Laws, and the Exercise of Federal Power in National Emergencies

On April 29, 2020 by Schnader in Litigation

Carl J. Schaerf and David Robert Struwe published a client alert, “Immunity, Preemption of State Laws, and the Exercise of Federal Power in National Emergencies.” As the country begins to strategize on how to safely reopen the economy, debate is beginning to stir as to whether the government should provide […]

Read More

Schnader Recognized as a Top Firm by Chambers USA

On April 23, 2020 by Schnader in Aviation

Schnader has been ranked among the most elite firms nationwide for our aviation practice, in New York for our construction practice, and in Philadelphia for our general commercial litigation practice by Chambers USA, an independent guide to the legal profession. In addition, seven Schnader attorneys were named among the top […]

Read More

EPA Calls for Public Comment on “Draft Risk Evaluation for Asbestos”

On April 15, 2020 by Schnader in Client Alerts

Schnader’s Cary Stewart Sklaren has published a new Client Alert, “EPA Calls for Public Comment on ‘Draft Risk Evaluation for Asbestos.’” It reads in part: The U.S. Environmental Protective Agency (EPA), Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention and Toxics, on March 30, 2020, has issued a “Draft Risk Evaluation […]

Read More
Secured By miniOrange