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Less Snap Back After A Quick Snap Removal: Third Circuit Approves Snap Removals Before Forum Defendant Service

On February 14, 2019 by Schnader

J. Denny Shupe and Brittany C. Wakim published “Less Snap Back After A Quick Snap Removal: Third Circuit Approves Snap Removals Before Forum Defendant Service” in the Air & Transportation Law Reporter of the International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association. “The Third Circuit Court of Appeals, a federal court […]

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What Do the SEC’s Proposed Whistleblower Rule Amendments Mean for Businesses?

On January 22, 2019 by Schnader

Laurel Gift, Chair of the Criminal Defense and Internal Investigations practice group, published “What Do the SEC’s Proposed Whistleblower Rule Amendments Mean for Businesses?” in the ACC Docket, a publication of the Association of Corporate Counsel. Gift co-wrote the article with Masha Trainor, Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary of […]

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For Young Lawyers – “Panel Weighs In on Partner Clashes, Networking and Gift-Giving Grievances”

On January 16, 2019 by Schnader

A good read – “Panel Weighs In on Partner Clashes, Networking and Gift-Giving Grievances.” This month’s Young Lawyer Q&A tackles these topics: disagreeing with a partner, getting away from your desk to network and going in on gifts for support staff. A diverse panel of lawyers and other professionals from […]

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Free Expression Versus Reputation: The Supreme Court’s Weighing of Interests

On January 2, 2019 by Schnader

Edward J. Sholinsky published a chapter in the book, “The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania: Life and Law in the Commonwealth, 1684–2017,” issued by the Pennsylvania State University Press. Sholinsky’s chapter is entitled, Free Expression Versus Reputation: The Supreme Court’s Weighing of Interests. This volume provides a balanced, comprehensive history of the Court, […]

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