Category Archives: Litigation

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules that Only Physicians – Not Their Staff – Can Obtain Informed Consent

A recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision will have a major impact on how physicians across …

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Managing Payment Disputes in Lockbox Collection Operations

This recent article appeared in a PNC Bank publication.  Use the following link to Gary Hunt …

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Jury Awards $2.1 Million in Slip and Fall Case

Juries in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania have been perceived as being relatively conservative and “Defendant-friendly” in …

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Judge Bissoon’s Title VII ruling sets stage for appeal

NOTE:  This article originally appeared in the February 3, 2017 edition of the ACBA Lawyers …

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Capouillez Case is a Warning to Non-Attorneys Representing Landowners in Gas Lease Negotiations

This article originally appeared in the February 3, 2017 edition of the Lawyers Journal. Since …

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Third Circuit Rules That Employment Practices Favoring Employees in Their 40s Over Those in Their 50s Could Constitute Age Discrimination

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals (which handles appeals of federal cases in Pennsylvania, New …

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U.S. Supreme Court Proposes Change to Rules Applicable to Searches of Electronic Data

The United States Supreme Court  —  which establishes rules of civil and criminal procedure, subject …

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Legal Lessons from Tom Brady

The state of Massachusetts collectively groaned last week as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals …

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Scott R. Leah Elected to the Judiciary Committee

The law firm of Tucker Arensberg, P.C. is pleased to announce that Scott R. Leah …

Posted in Labor & Employment, Litigation, Press Releases |

Do I Really Have To Keep All These Employment Records?

We are frequently asked how long an employer should retain employment records.  Employers need to keep them …

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