The annual event celebrates the Community College of Philadelphia and Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society partnership.
Kenneth Abdo, Paul Bezilla, Bob Donnelly, Adam Gislason, Tim Matson and John Simson join the firm’s national entertainment department.
This prestigious distinction recognizes attorneys whose accomplishments place them at the highest rung of advancing litigation strategy.
Featured for his work with patents, James is lauded for providing outstanding client service.
The annual list recognizes women who have made a significant impact in the Los Angeles community.
The National Law Journal recognized them as leaders in promoting cyber-security and responding to data beaches.
Ranked as a leader in environmental law in New Jersey, Linda is lauded as “always willing to go that extra mile to serve her clients.”
A recent ruling by the Pennsylvania Superior Court that a company did not owe a legal duty to protect its employees’ personal and financial information it had electronically stored has created an obstacle for data breach plaintiffs in state court.
The ruling appears to have all but shut the door on plaintiffs who are looking to sue over a data breach and are barred from bringing a case in federal court, said Scott L. Vernick, a noted privacy attorney.
Sales of marijuana for recreational use could begin much sooner than expected in Nevada now that the state has launched a task force to fast track a batch of temporary licenses for businesses already serving the medical marijuana market.
In November 2016, voters approved the Nevada Marijuana Legalization Initiative, also known as Question 2, to permit the sale, possession, regulation and taxation of recreational marijuana. The vote came 16 years after Nevada’s electorate said “Yes” to Question 9, which legalized medical marijuana.
In a new published decision, Ricci v. Ricci, a New Jersey appellate court addressed an adult child’s (an oxymoron, I know) request for her divorced parents to contribute to her college education expenses.
Going back to basics, the Superior Court Appellate Division reminded us that – before any determination can be made about a divorced parent’s obligation to contribute to college expenses – a threshold question must be answered, namely: Is the child emancipated?