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Book Review of “Acts of Omission” by James S. Botswick

On August 7, 2020 by Schnader

Dennis R. Suplee published a book review of “Acts of Omission” by James S. Botswick, Esq., in The Philadelphia Lawyer (Summer 2020), the quarterly magazine of the Philadelphia Bar Association. He wrote: “This is a book about a trial lawyer written by a trial lawyer. But, unlike virtually every other […]

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The Scope of the COVID-19 Toll of CPLR Time Limits in New York

On August 6, 2020 by Schnader

Cary Stewart Sklaren published an article, “The Scope of the COVID-19 Toll of CPLR Time Limits in New York,” in the New York State Law Digest (Aug. 2020) of the New York State Bar Association. On March 20, 2020, Governor Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.8, which tolls statutes of limitations […]

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So Far, a Narrow View of the Pandemic as a Force Majeure Event

On July 24, 2020 by Schnader

Jonathan W. Hugg published an article in Corporate Counsel, “So Far, a Narrow View of the Pandemic as a Force Majeure Event.” Hugg is co-chair of Schnader’s Financial Services Litigation Group. Hugg wrote: “Until the COVID-19 pandemic, most lawyers would strain to recall that the force majeure clause was a […]

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Eight Minutes and Forty-Six Seconds: From Sympathy to Empathy

On July 6, 2020 by Schnader

Albert S. Dandridge, III published an article in The Legal Intelligencer, “Eight Minutes and Forty-Six Seconds: From Sympathy to Empathy.” He wrote in part, “Hallmark does not make a card to assuage this pain. Godiva does not make anything to combat this bitter taste. There are no floral arrangements to […]

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