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Sea Change in Class Action Settlement Process: A Year Under Revised Rule 23(e)

On January 29, 2020 by Schnader

Ira Neil Richards and Arleigh P. Helfer III published a commentary in The Legal Intelligencer entitled, “Sea Change in Class Action Settlement Process: A Year Under Revised Rule 23(e).” The commentary states in part: Effective Dec. 1, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court amended Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(e) governing […]

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Young Lawyers Q&A: What To Do About a Noisy Office Neighbor, Recruiters, or an Offensive Client

On January 10, 2020 by Schnader

This month’s edition of Schnader’s recurring Q&A in The Legal Intelligencer tackles three issues young lawyers may face: noisy office neighbors, persistent recruiters, and clients making offensive remarks. Find out the panelists’ ideas on how they would handle these delicate situations. The recurring column features a diverse panel of lawyers […]

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U.S. Supreme Court Affirms Third Circuit’s En Banc Ruling Regarding FDCPA’s Statute of Limitations

On January 9, 2020 by Schnader

Schnader’s Arleigh P. Helfer III published an article entitled “U.S. Supreme Court Affirms Third Circuit’s En Banc Ruling Regarding FDCPA’s Statute of Limitations.” The article appears in the newsletter of the Bar Association for the Third Federal Circuit, On Appeal (January 2020 issue, Volume XIV, No. 1). The full article […]

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Third Circuit Maintains Longstanding View that Private Citizens Lack Judicially Cognizable Interest In the Prosecution Of Another

On January 9, 2020 by Schnader

Schnader’s Laurel Gift and Danielle Bruno McDermott published an article, “Third Circuit Maintains Longstanding View that Private Citizens Lack Judicially Cognizable Interest In the Prosecution Of Another” in On Appeal, the newsletter of the Bar Association for the Third Federal Circuit. The article appears in the January 2020 issue, Volume […]

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