This article focuses on perhaps the greatest discovery of lost art since World War II, the “Schwabing Art Trove”. My article reviews how this mysterious trove came to pass and suggests some complex estate issues that might result from such a discovery.
Last year, the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) put its stamp of approval on “micro-units,” or small groups of employees who may unionize. …
What do attorneys need to know when litigating a malpractice action involving the diagnosis or treatment of hepatitis?
This Article discusses the PHRC's unlawful discriminatory behavior towards a former Investigator.
The rapid growth of commercial arbitration has not been without drawbacks. As counsel have become more sophisticated in dispute process design, arbitrations now often incorporate many elements of a court trial. Litigation constructs such as detailed pleadings, broad-based discovery, provisional relief, dispositive motions and formal rules of evidence are often now a part of arbitration. The inevitable consequence of these changes has been increased expense and delay.
We are approaching the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, which charged up the East Coast in late October 2012. To mark the occasion, in our most recent Corporate Insurance Law column, we examine some of the more interesting Sandy-related insurance coverage decisions handed down by the New York courts over the last several months.
A former clerk at the Rockview State Correctional Facility in Pennsylvania is being accused by the state Attorney General of being responsible for her rape.
What you need to know to effectively leverage expert testimony as you work to secure a win in a medical device case...
The California Supreme Court recently issued its long-awaited coverage decision in Hartford Casualty Ins. Co. v. Swift Distribution, Inc., 59 Cal. 4th 277 (2014). The Court, applying California state law, upheld the trial court’s granting of Hartford Casualty Insurance Company’s (Hartford) motion for summary judgment, ruling it had no duty to defend or indemnify a claim tendered by its insured under the advertising injury provision of a general liability policy.
The top five digital health investments in August accounted for nearly half of the venture, private equity and angel investments in the sector during the month. Five companies raised $139 million of the $286.8 million invested, and three of the five were mobile health plays.