On January 11, 2019, the Pennsylvania Superior Court, sitting en banc, affirmed a trial court decision that a "no-hire" provision in a commercial
Executive Summary: Pennsylvania is entertaining legislation to ban all non-compete covenants. Like other states concerned with the effects of
Should a membership agreement governing a debtor’s interest in an LLC be treated as property of the estate or an executory contract? Equally, should
Pennsylvania typically amends its tax laws once a year, as part of the budget process during June with respect to each upcoming fiscal year that
Usually plaintiffs' lawyers have the simpler story to tell. They'll tell you that they drive on the highway while defense lawyers wander about on
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania granted a motion to dismiss a fraud claim against two corporate officers in a case arising out of a failed business relationship between two companies that sell products used in fundraising efforts.
Business people use LLCs when starting a new business venture so they can be shielded from personal liability for the venture’s obligations.
Streamlight, Inc. sued Laser Defense Manufacturing LLC for patent infringement of two utility and two design patents in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
On August 24, 2011, the Pennsylvania Telephone Association filed a brief with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission opposing Verizon North, LLC’s transiting services tariff.
Legislation, HB 440, that aims to clarify the definition of an independent contractor under the state’s workers compensation law is before Governor Corbett.