The Supreme Court’s holding in Staub v. Proctor, decided on March 1, 2011, took a swipe at employers by upholding the “cat’s paw” theory of . . .
New Supreme Court Ruling Expands Employees’ Rights to Bring Retaliation Claims Do you know what type of claim is most commonly filed with the EEOC? . . .
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On October 7, 2010, Jeff McCarron and Josh Byrne of the professional liability department received a directed verdict entered in favor of their client following . . .
In General Star Indemnity Co., Inc. v. Mid Atlantic Youth Services, Corp., No. 10-3200 (M.D.Pa. September 27, 2010) (Caputo, J.), the Court addressed coverage issues . . .
In Washington v. Klieforth, Phila. Ct. Comm. Pl., No. 10-3190 (September 15, 2010) (Massiah-Jackson, J.), the defendant sought a new trial, objecting to the order . . .
In Miller v. Pine Wreath & Candle, LTD, Phila Ct. Comm. Pl., No. 10-3194 (Sept. 17, 2010) (Tereshko, J.), the Court addressed venue issues in . . .
There have been some recent decisions of note and interest. In Thomas v. Titan Auto Ins. Co., Phila Ct. Common Pl. No. 10-3193 (September 16, . . .
In Vanderhoff v. Harleysville Insurance Company, No. 123 MAP 2006 (July 6, 2010), the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania addressed the issue of the need for . . .
Josh J.T. Byrne, Esquire By now all Pennsylvania attorneys should be aware of the certificate of merit requirement in any action based upon an allegation . . .