• The Legal Intelligencer

    More Proposed Union Legislation in Pa. After 'Janus' Decision

    July 13, 2018

    After the U.S. Supreme Court's decision finding required union payments from nonmembers unconstitutional, state Rep. Kate A. Klunk, R-York County, has proposed legislation that she said will ensure workers in Pennsylvania know their rights under Janus v. AFSCME.

  • The Legal Intelligencer

    People in the News—July 13, 2018—Eastburn and Gray

    July 13, 2018

    Marc D. Jonas of Eastburn and Gray is set to present a CLE to the real estate practices committee of the Delaware County Bar Association on July 20.

  • The Legal Intelligencer

    House Unanimously Passes One-Stop Shop Act

    July 13, 2018

    The state House of Representatives unanimously passed the One-Stop Shop Act, which creates a single website to aid existing and potential business owners in identifying and accessing all the necessary permits, licenses, certifications and other documents essential to starting and running their business in accordance to Pennsylvania law.

  • The Legal Intelligencer

    Phila. Judge Younge, K&L Gates Partner Ranjan Nominated to District Judgeships

    July 13, 2018

    Among a slate of federal judicial nominations put forward by President Donald Trump on Friday were two for Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Court of Common Please Judge John Milton Younge was renominated to the Eastern District, and Nicholas Ranjan of K&L Gates was nominated to the Western District.

  • The American Lawyer

    Fox Rothschild and the 'Dark Art of Copyright Trolling'

    July 13, 2018

    The firm is representing a pornography company in its latest nationwide copyright infringement campaign. Can it avoid the controversies that preceded its involvement? Or will a small-time lawyer from Oregon provide the blueprint to stop it?

  • Delaware Law Weekly

    Cozen O'Connor Bulks Up Bankruptcy Practice With New Wilmington Partner

    July 13, 2018

    Delaware bankruptcy attorney Thomas Francella Jr. is Cozen O'Connor's seventh partner in Wilmington.

  • National Law Journal

    Will the $4.7 Billion Talc Verdict Hold Up On Appeal?

    July 13, 2018

    The nearly $4.7 billion verdict that a St. Louis jury handed down Thursday against Johnson & Johnson over its talcum powder was by far the largest verdict seen out of a litigation that has already produced several eye-catching wins for plaintiffs.

  • National Law Journal

    St. Louis Jury Issues $4.7 Billion Verdict After Trial Linking Talc to 22 Cancer Cases

    July 13, 2018

    The 12-member jury awarded $550 million in compensatory damages, as well as $4.14 billion in punitive damages against the pharmaceutical giant.

  • The Legal Intelligencer

    Tips and Warnings Related to International FOIA for Lawyers, Journalists

    July 13, 2018

    This column contains both tips and warnings related to records-access laws and ensuring that lawyers and journalists not only read them, but maximize the use of these laws.

  • The Legal Intelligencer

    Learning to Let Go for a Successful and Rewarding Legal Career

    July 13, 2018

    The stakes tend to rise as one's career progresses, and it is disappointing to learn that the equation no longer automatically yields winning results. For instance, despite being very smart, doing terrific work, and logging mega hours, someone is edged out for partnership by another lawyer who may be just a step behind in one or more of those categories, but has built a nice book of business.