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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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Pa. Supreme Court Decision Points the Way to Grand Jury Reform

On October 19, 2018 by Schnader

Laurel Gift published “Pa. Supreme Court Decision Points the Way to Grand Jury Reform” in the Harrisburg Patriot-News. Gift chairs Schnader’s Criminal Defense and Internal Investigation practice group. “The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently issued a decision in a case that may be a harbinger of reform of state grand jury practice. […]

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What Is More Important for Pitching Business – Preparation or Relationships?

On October 18, 2018 by Schnader

Courtney Devon Taylor published “What Is More Important for Pitching Business – Preparation or Relationships?” in The Legal Intelligencer’s 2018 Women In Law Supplement. Ms. Taylor is vice-chair of the Securities Litigation Practice Group. She focuses her practice on commercial litigation, and securities litigation and enforcement. “Practicing law starts with getting and […]

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