By Lawrence J. Kotler | December 5, 2023
During the course of their bankruptcy case, the debtors filed a second plan of reorganization (the plan), in which they referenced a potential and unliquidated claim against an entity known as "ED&F Man." Although this "claim" was also listed on the debtors' schedules, no version of the plan or disclosure statement specifically identified the defendant by name or explained the nature of the claim the debtors intended to assert against this entity.
By Alan Nochumson and Alex Goldberg | December 4, 2023
In a recent decision, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court in City of Philadelphia v. A Kensington Joint, cautioned that local governments in Pennsylvania desiring to demolish an allegedly unsafe building structure may need to rely on more than just an inspection of the exterior of the building structure before having it demolished by way of court order.
By The Legal Intelligencer | November 7, 2023
In The Legal's Personal Injury supplement, read about how AI won't be replacing humans in personal injury litigation anytime soon, the demand to start regulating e-bikes and e-scooters in communities and the need for motorcycle design safety.
By Larry E. Coben | November 2, 2023
Every motorcycle manufacturer has known for decades of the safety importance of including a headlight system which provides important visual cues to other motorists to minimize cross-over collisions.
By Arturo M. Aviles | November 2, 2023
Individuals must also take personal responsibility when using a mobility device. It's imperative to watch out for pedestrians, other bikers and animals. Riders must be aware of the rules of the road and wear a helmet, as we all play a part in maintaining MMD safety on the pathways of our communities.
By Brad E. Haas | November 2, 2023
UBI utilizes advanced data collection devices to monitor and assess an individual's driving behavior. While UBI primarily focuses on risk assessment and premium adjustments, it also presents an exciting opportunity for enhancing personal injury discovery.
By Leah M. Edelstein | November 2, 2023
I feel confident in suggesting that personal injury attorneys have historically revolutionized the practice of law for today's trial lawyer. As personal injury attorneys, we can both accept and rest assured that AI will serve to complement, but not replace, the work performed by lawyers.
By Kelly A. Lavelle | October 26, 2023
As technology continues to advance, legal professionals should embrace TAR as an invaluable tool in the search for efficient, accurate, and cost-effective legal document review.
By The Young Lawyer Editorial Board | October 25, 2023
Three years after the lockdown forced employees to figure out how to work from home, the harm from the uncertainty around this issue can easily outweigh the comparative benefits of finding the optimum work-from-home policy. This is particularly true in the case of younger lawyers, whose fledgling careers—and growing family obligations—will be shaped the most by these policies.
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ShapiroCroland Attorneys at Law Take Pleasure in Announcing that VALERIE A. VLADYKA HAS JOINED THE FIRM AS COUNSEL Valerie concentrates her practice in Insurance coverage, Commercial Litigation and Probate Matters 411 Hackensack Avenue, Hackensack, New Jersey 07601 Telephone: (201) 488-3900 | Telecopier: (201) 488-9481 |www.shapiro-croland.com November 2023
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