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Pennsylvania Justices’ Ruling Highlights Federal, State Wage Law Divide

On December 12, 2019 by Schnader

Jo Bennett and Osazenoriuwa Ebose published an article on Law360, “Pennsylvania Justices’ Ruling Highlights Federal, State Wage Law Divide.” The article states in part: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s recent decision in Chevalier v. General Nutrition Centers Inc. reinforces the message that compliance by employers with federal wage law alone may […]

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Practical Digital Security Tips for Young Lawyers

On December 5, 2019 by Schnader

Jonathan B. Skowron, an associate in Schnader’s Litigation Services Department and co-chair of the firm’s Associates Committee, has published an article entitled, “Practical Digital Security Tips for Young Lawyers,” in “Raising the Bar,” the newsletter of the Young Lawyers Committee of DRI.  Skowron writes: Having been raised in the age […]

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An Advocate’s Charge: Important Tips for Tailoring Jury Instructions to Your Case

On November 6, 2019 by Schnader

Lee C. Schmeer, an associate in Schnader’s Litigation Department, recently published an article on the American Bar Association’s website entitled, “An Advocate’s Charge: Important Tips for Tailoring Jury Instructions to Your Case.” Mr. Schmeer provides actionable strategies for an attorney who may find him or herself faced with model jury […]

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Types of AI Tools in Law

On October 31, 2019 by Schnader

Heidi W. Heller, Schnader’s Director of Research & Information Resources, published a book chapter, “Types of AI Tools in Law,” in Law Librarianship in the Age of AI. This cutting-edge volume, published by the American Library Association, surveys current practices and future trends and offers an incisive examination of the […]

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