Skip to Content

Third Circuit Grants Rule 23(f) Petition of a Class Certification Order Without a Defined Class

On May 18, 2022 by Schnader

Brittany C. Wakim published an article, “Third Circuit Grants Rule 23(f) Petition of a Class Certification Order Without a Defined Class,” in the May 2022 edition of On Appeal, the newsletter of the Third Circuit Bar Association. In Laudato v. EQT Corp., the Third Circuit held it was within its […]

Read More

Statute of Limitations in Legal Malpractice Claims – Continuous Relationship versus Continuous Representation

On April 1, 2022 by Schnader

Jonathan B. Skowron published an article, “Statute of Limitations in Legal Malpractice Claims – Continuous Relationship versus Continuous Representation,” in Professional Liability Defense Quarterly, the official publication of the Professional Liability Defense Federation (PLDF). One of the most effective defenses to professional malpractice cases is the expiration of the statute […]

Read More

PAY TRANSPARENCY LAW: May Day! Salaries For All To See In NYC Starting In May

On March 10, 2022 by Schnader

Lisa M. Brauner, Brian M. Wallen and Samantha Banks published an article in New York Law Journal, “May Day! Salaries For All To See In NYC Starting In May.” On Oct. 27, 2021, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris set forth the country’s first National Strategy on Gender […]

Read More

Third Circuit Confirms That A Post-Verdict Rule 50(B) Motion Must Be Based On Grounds Specifically Advanced In A Pre-Verdict Rule 50(A) Motion

On January 6, 2022 by Schnader

Brandy S. Ringer published an article, “Third Circuit Confirms That A Post-Verdict Rule 50(B) Motion Must Be Based On Grounds Specifically Advanced In A Pre-Verdict Rule 50(A) Motion,” in On Appeal, the newsletter of the Third Circuit Bar Association. In Kars 4 Kids, Inc. v. America Can!, 8 F.4th 209 […]

Read More
Secured By miniOrange