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Pa. Courts and the Limits of Corporate Criminal Liability in ‘Pi Delta Psi’

On August 1, 2019 by Schnader

Danielle T. Bruno and Laurel Gift published “Pa. Courts and the Limits of Corporate Criminal Liability in ‘Pi Delta Psi’” in The Legal Intelligencer, examining a case where the trial court imposed a sentence outlawing the Pi Delta Psi corporate entity from operating within the state. Bruno and Gift wrote: […]

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For Young Lawyers – “Panel Weighs in on Politics in the Office, Billable Hours Shortfall, and Family Leave”

On July 26, 2019 by Schnader

A good read – “Panel Weighs in on Politics in the Office, Billable Hours Shortfall, and Family Leave.” This month’s Young Lawyer Q&A, published by Schnader’s team in The Legal Intelligencer, tackles these topics: talking politics in the office, falling short of billable hours, and concerns about taking parental leave. […]

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High Court Ruling Highlights Double Jeopardy Complications

On June 26, 2019 by Schnader

Laurel Gift and Randall P. Hsia published an article on Law360, “High Court Ruling Highlights Double Jeopardy Complications.” “In its recent decision in Gamble v. United States, the U.S. Supreme Court tackled the double jeopardy clause of the Fifth Amendment: ‘nor shall any person be subject for the same offense […]

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For Young Lawyers – “Panel Weighs In on Losing Interest, Refusing Work, and Opposing Counsel Clashes”

On May 23, 2019 by Schnader

A good read – “Panel Weighs In on Losing Interest, Refusing Work, and Opposing Counsel Clashes.” This month’s Young Lawyer Q&A, published by Schnader’s team in The Legal Intelligencer, tackles these topics: losing interest in the profession; deciding whether to refuse assignments; and arguing with opposing counsel. A diverse panel […]

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