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Can One Workplace Incident Create a Hostile Work Environment?
  • Stark & Stark
  • USA
  • October 17 2017

This seemingly straightforward three-word phrase has vexed employers, in-house counsel, and HR professionals alike when dealing with employee internal

Third Circuit: No Direct Evidence Needed for Mixed-Motive Jury Instruction in FMLA Retaliation Cases
  • Jackson Lewis PC
  • USA
  • March 29 2017

A former employee alleges that he was terminated because he exercised his right to take intermittent leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act

The Third Circuit Weighs In Again on the Meaning of “Unreasonably Small Capital” in Constructively Fraudulent Transfer Avoidance Litigation
  • Jones Day
  • USA
  • August 8 2016

In the NovemberDecember 2014 edition of the Business Restructuring Review, we discussed a decision handed down by the U.S. District Court for the

Citing "Issue Preclusion," the Delaware Court of Chancery Denies Advancement to a Company's Vice President
  • Duane Morris LLP
  • USA
  • August 5 2016

The Delaware Court of Chancery typically holds that a corporation must advance the fees and expenses of an executive or officer-level employee who is

Third Circuit Finds Photo Placement Sufficient to Permit Defamation, False Light Claims to Go Forward in Suit Alleging Harm from Firefighter Sex Scandal Story
  • Reed Smith LLP
  • USA
  • August 4 2016

In a case demonstrating the difficulties of applying long-established but arguably outdated legal principles to modern technology, the United States

District Court Holds that Request for Insurance Information Does Not Overshadow Required Notices
  • Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers LLP
  • USA
  • July 11 2016

A district court in New Jersey recently dismissed a consumer’s complaint where the medical collection letter acknowledged the possibility of

Supreme Court requires proof of criminal intent even if Facebook threats are obvious to a reasonable person
  • Wilson Elser
  • USA
  • June 12 2015

On June 1, 2015, in Elonis v. United States, ____ U.S. ___ (2015) (Docket 13-983), a case involving statements made on the Criminal

Elonis v. United States: the Supreme Court weighs in on rap lyrics, true threats, and criminal intent
  • Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP
  • USA
  • June 4 2015

Shortly after his wife decided to leave him, 28-year-old Anthony Elonis, under the pseudonym "Tone Dougie," began posting "self-styled 'rap' lyrics"

Contract has latent ambiguity if objective evidence supporting reasonable alternative meaning exists
  • McDermott Will & Emery
  • USA
  • August 29 2013

Addressing the issue of whether the terms of a licensing agreement were ambiguous, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reversed summary

Sanctions petition seeking other relief is within definition of "damages" despite sanctions carve-out
  • Wiley Rein LLP
  • USA
  • September 17 2012

Applying Pennsylvania law, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has held that an insurer had a duty to defend an insured attorney against a petition for sanctions, notwithstanding the policy’s carve-out for sanctions in its definition of “damages,” because the claimant also sought costs, attorneys’ fees, expenses and other relief.