The National Law Journal recognized them as leaders in promoting cyber-security and responding to data beaches.
The firm is named to the honor roll in 15 categories in the 2017 BTI Client Service A-Team report.
Chris will present “Internal Fraud – What Your Board Should Be Doing To Prevent It” on December 13.
Janet was named Volunteer of the Year for her dedication to ensuring safety and permanence in the lives of foster children.
The award honors the contributions of Philadelphia area attorneys.
The annual report recognizes real estate influencers leading initiatives throughout the state.
Ranked as a leader in environmental law in Pennsylvania, Phil is lauded by clients for “the effectiveness of his advocacy.”
The Philadelphia Bar Association award salutes Jay’s leadership with the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project.
With a focus on insurance-based litigation, the duo enhances the firm’s services for coverage disputes and bad faith cases.
Stephanie Resnick and Joseph Collins have been named Litigation Stars in the prestigious 2017 guide.
As the Trump administration continues to take shape, many are wondering what impact the President-Elect will have on the economy and trade – areas where he has committed to roll back President Obama’s legacy.
Cross-border supply chains have been developed over the past 20 years, which could be critically disrupted if trade deals are scrapped, Scott L. Vernick told The Times.
“The administration is going to have to think carefully about imposing tariffs,” Vernick says. “It could lead to trade wars.”
The U.S. Copyright Office announced a change to the registered agent database that will require additional action on the part of website owners in order to stay protected under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s safe harbor provisions. The change, which is scheduled to take effect on December 1, 2016, replaces the old paper filing system with a new electronic filing system.
On November 22, 2016, Judge Mazzant of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas issued a nationwide injunction against the Department of Labor (DOL) blocking its Final Overtime Rule, which was set to go into effect on December 1, 2016. The Final Rule would have more than doubled the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) salary test for executive, administrative and professional employees from $455 per week to $921 per week. White-collar employees earning below the $921 threshold would have been entitled to overtime.