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For Young Lawyers – “Panel Tackles Quality Work, Courtroom Experience and Drinking at Business Meals”

On November 15, 2018 by Schnader

A good read – “Panel Tackles Quality Work, Courtroom Experience and Drinking at Business Meals.” A diverse panel of lawyers and other professionals from Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis answers a few select questions in this recurring column in The Legal Intelligencer, advising young lawyers about their career, professional development, office […]

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The Potential Impact of Smartphones, Wearable Tech in Personal Injury Cases

On November 15, 2018 by Schnader

Vikram Subramanian and Jay Evans published “The Potential Impact of Smartphones, Wearable Tech in Personal Injury Cases” in The Legal Intelligencer’s 2018 Personal Injury Supplement. “Activity and personal health tracking data, used as part of a dispositive motion or a trial, could potentially be catastrophic to a plaintiff’s case. Someone alleging serious […]

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U.S. Supreme Court Signals Less Scrutiny for Businesses in Two-sided Markets

On November 8, 2018 by Schnader

Carl J. Schaerf and Daniel Gross published “U.S. Supreme Court Signals Less Scrutiny for Businesses in Two-sided Markets” in the ACC Docket from the Association of Corporate Counsel. Schaerf chairs Schnader’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Practice Group. Gross is a member of the firm’s Litigation Services Department. They wrote with co-author Stephen […]

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Trying a Pro Bono Case: Lessons Learned and Satisfaction Earned

On October 30, 2018 by Schnader

Edward J. Sholinsky published “Trying a Pro Bono Case: Lessons Learned and Satisfaction Earned” in The Philadelphia Lawyer, the magazine of the Philadelphia Bar Association. Sholinsky is a partner in the Litigation Services Department. His practice focuses on representing financial institutions and Internet-based companies in business and consumer disputes. “Last year, […]

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