Supreme Court Holds That Whether or Not Trademarks May Be Tacked in Determining Priority is a Question for the Jury

In a recent case, Hana Financial Inc. v. Hana Bank et al., the Supreme Court …

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Supreme Court Clarified Standard of Review for Patent Claim Construction – Subsidiary Factual Findings are to be Reviewed for Clear Error Not De Novo

In a recent case, Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. Et Al.  V. Sandoz, Inc. Et Al., …

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Achieving a Better Life Experience: An Overview of the ABLE Act

On December 19, 2014, President Obama signed the Stephen Beck, Jr., Achieving a Better Life …

Posted in Estates & Trusts, Health Care Law Tagged

Pennsylvania Nursing Home That Failed To Sign Arbitration Agreement Cannot Seek to Enforce the Agreement

On January 15, 2015, the Pennsylvania Superior Court in Bair v. Manor Care of Elizabethtown, …

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Tucker Arensberg Attorney protests Highmark decision not to cover pregnancy at Magee

Use the link below to read the story on Mike Cassidy – Chair of the …

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Energy Future Holdings Conference Call with Former Delaware Bankruptcy Judge Judith Fitzgerald on January 15, 2015

Conference call with Judge Judith Fitzgerald – a retired U.S. Bankruptcy Judge who sat by …

Posted in Insolvency/Creditor's Rights/Bankruptcy, News

Make Surveillance Worth the Money

A largely sedentary/stationary workforce is a luxury in the world of Workers’ Compensation law because …

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Mass Transit Maximum Limits Increased Retroactively for 2014

At the beginning of 2014, the pre-tax mass transit benefit was cut from $245 per …

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Don’t Let Your Lawyer Get in the Way in Small Acquisitions

As a private business owner, you should follow these simple rules to make sure that …

Posted in Articles & Newsletters, Mergers & Acquisitions

Pennsylvania Superior Court Rejects Peer Review Confidential for “Business Records”

In Kates v. Doylestown Hospital, the Pennsylvania Superior Court, in a non-precedential decision, held back …

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