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Ogunyemi v. Garden State Med. Ctr.
Publication Date: 2024-04-15
Practice Area: Labor Law
Industry: Health Care
Court: Appellate Division
Judge: Judge Smith
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: Nancy E. Smith (Smith Mullin, PC, attorneys; Nancy E. Smith, of counsel and on the briefs)
For defendant: Joseph M. Vento (Seyfarth Shaw, LLP)
Case number: A-1703-22

Employment Contract's Arbitration Clause Unenforceable as Ambiguous for Describing Three Conflicting Dispute Resolution Methods

April 01, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Ballooning Nonequity Tiers Will Require Law Firms to Manage Ranks Closely

"Given the equity partner promotion ratios, [firms] could be looking at a long-term problem," said law firm consultant Brad Hildebrandt.
6 minute read
March 28, 2024 | Texas Lawyer

Memorial Hermann CLO Moves to Lauded Midwestern Hospital System

Deborah Gordon is leaving Houston-based Memorial Hermann Health System to take the legal reins of one of the world's most-lauded hospitals.
2 minute read
March 28, 2024 | Corporate Counsel

Cleveland Clinic Picks Successor to Retiring Legal Chief

Deborah Gordon is leaving Houston-based Memorial Hermann Health System to take the legal reins of one of the world's most-lauded hospitals.
2 minute read
March 27, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Despite Industry Declines in Real Estate, Seyfarth Grew Revenue, Net Income by 3%

While Seyfarth's head count decreased last year, the firm is looking for growth in its major markets and "actively exploring" the South Florida market, the firm's leader said.
3 minute read
March 27, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Attorneys 'On the Move': Finance Partner Joins Fried Frank; DLA Adds Former Merck VP

And other announcements of recent hirings and promotions of New York attorneys.
7 minute read
March 25, 2024 | New Jersey Law Journal

'Difficult to Decipher' Arbitration Clause Deemed Unenforceable by NJ Appellate Division

"An initial scan of Section 27 reveals a series of difficult to decipher and contradictory sentences contained in a single arbitration clause," Judge Morris G. Smith said in his written opinion for the court. "The clause contains 887 words in thirty-six unbroken lines. A closer reading shows that the run-on paragraph harbors within it mutually inconsistent means for dispute resolution."
5 minute read
Appellate Division, First Department: March 25, 2024
Publication Date: 2024-03-25
Practice Area: Civil Appeals | Criminal Appeals
Industry:
Court: Appellate Division, First Department, Appeals & Motions
Judge: Unsigned
Attorneys:
For plaintiff:
For defendant:
Case number: DOCKET

Appeals & Motions List released on:March 21, 2024

March 21, 2024 | Law.com

Workplace Weed and Labor Pacts / State AGs and Hemp / Maryland Licensing Suit / Vicente Sues Recruiter

A wrongful termination suit brought under Pennsylvania's medical marijuana statute is not preempted by federal law governing collective bargaining agreements, a federal judge held.
9 minute read
March 18, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

Judge: Former Employee's State Medical Marijuana Claims Not Preempted by Collective Bargaining Agreement

"While defendant correctly notes that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has not decided whether the statute creates a private right of enforcement, every Pennsylvania court to consider the issue has ruled that the PMMA does contain such legal remedies," U.S. District Judge David Stewart Cercone of the Western District of Pennsylvania said.
5 minute read

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