среда, 23 июля 2014 г.

США. Гид для адвокатов как консультировать клиентов по вопросам социальных медиа. Спор между бывшими футбольными игроками и НФЛ. Лекарственный препарат, потеря здоровья з-х летнего ребенка, вердикт на 10 миллионов. Покупатель не обязан раскрывать информацию продавцу о самоубийстве(убийстве), совершенном в продеваемом доме. Мировое соглашение между владельцами огнестрельного оружия и городом по спору, связанному с размещением информации о владельцах огнестрельного оружия в сети Интернет. Другое

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Phila. Bar Association Issues Guidelines on Social Media Use

A recent Philadelphia Bar Association ethics opinion detailing how lawyers may instruct their clients on the use of social media provides greater clarity to lawyers caught in the middle of a constantly "evolving" digital landscape, some attorneys said. READ MORE »

Appeal Sought From NFL Concussion Settlement

The seven former football players who objected to the settlement with the NFL in the case over concussions are now seeking appellate review from the Third Circuit. READ MORE »

Court Upholds $10 Mil. Children's Motrin Verdict Against McNeil

The state Superior Court has upheld a $10 million verdict against McNeil-PPC in a case in which a 3-year-old girl was left blind in one eye and suffered damage to her reproductive system and permanent disfigurement of much of her skin after taking several doses of Children's Motrin. READ MORE »

Court Says Seller Has No Duty to Disclose Murder-Suicide

The occurrence of a murder-suicide in a home does not create a material defect that must legally be disclosed to a potential buyer, the state Supreme Court ruled Monday in a case of first impression.READ MORE »

Phila. Settles Gun Application Data-Breach Case for $1.43 Mil.

The city of Philadelphia has agreed to a $1.43 million settlement in a class action brought by unsuccessful applicants to carry firearms who alleged the city disclosed confidential information about the applicants on a website database, the plaintiffs' attorneys said Tuesday. READ MORE »

Q&A Session With Larry Hayes, General Counsel of QVC

The following is a transcript of a radio program hosted jointly by Executive Leaders Radio and The Legal. READ MORE »

Court's Ruling in Mortgage Case Poses Threat to MERS

On June 30, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania granted, in part, summary judgment to the Montgomery County recorder of deeds in its action against Merscorp Inc. and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. (MERS) for MERS's failure to record mortgage loan assignments. READ MORE »

National News From The Legal Intelligencer

To view national news articles published in the print edition of The Legal Intelligencer, please click here. READ MORE »

Ex-Solicitor Must Repay Arbitrator Fee to County

Money a county paid its solicitor for acting as interest arbitrator in a labor dispute will have to be repaid to the county, despite a resolution the county adopted agreeing to pay the attorney for the work, the Commonwealth Court has ruled. READ MORE »

Snyder Co. Prison v. Teamsters Local Union 764, PICS Case No. 14-1093 (Pa. Commw. July 10, 2014) Simpson, J. (19 pages).

Grievance of Termination • Arbitration • Award of Attorney Fees • Essence of Collective Bargaining Agreement READ MORE »


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