Category Archives: Litigation

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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My Business Is Being Sued in Small Claims Court, Now What?

Perhaps you have an unhappy customer, a disgruntled employee or a dispute with a supplier.  …

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Choosing Between Litigation And Arbitration–What’s At Stake?

The costs of litigation have risen dramatically in the past 10 to 20 years.  Many …

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Not Fired For Being A Guy: Professor Loses Lawsuit

Dr. Keith Kull sued Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in federal court alleging that the university …

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You Still Have To Follow The Rules If You Want An Advanced Degree!

A former Ph.D. student sued the University of Michigan and several faculty members after the …

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You Can Be Liable For Copyright Infringement by Your Company

Generally, the owners, officers and employees of a corporation or limited liability company are not …

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Pennsylvania Superior Court Upholds $14.2 Million Judgment Against UPMC Shadyside

Our attorney, Richard Tucker, III, acting for the plaintiff, prevailed in an appellate court case in …

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Beware The Standardized Construction Contract

A variety of standardized contracts exist for construction projects.  A commonly used set of contracts were …

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Top 5 Collections Mistakes Made By Long Term Care Facilities

Money is a touchy subject.  This is especially true when dealing with the elderly or …

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Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Holds Structured Settlement Annuity Is Transfer for Less Than Fair Market Value Under the Deficit Reduction Act

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court’s recent decision in the matter of Sams v. Department of Public …

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