Articles + Updates

DataQs: How and Why Trucking Companies Should Challenge FMCSR Violations

Article by David R. Chludzinski, Esq. For most companies in the commercial trucking industry, managing safety and managing costs are ...
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Listen to Tom Kelly Share Workers’ Compensation Defense Insights on WWDB-AM Labor Show

Hear Thomas C. Kelly's legal insights and discussion on defending Workers' Compensation matters in the states of Pennsylvania and New ...
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Upholds Unlisted Resident Driver Exclusion

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania recently affirmed the Superior Court’s order holding that the unlisted resident driver exclusion (“URDE”) in ...
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Impact of ‘Berg v. Nationwide’: Will It Change Bad Faith Law in PA?

Article by Kathleen Dapper, Esq. and Daniel Twilla, Esq., published on the Legal Intelligencer   Published on August 16, 2019 On ...
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The Risk of Medical Malpractice Lawsuits for Opioid-Prescribing Physicians

Article by Andrew Hazi, Esq. As the nation’s opioid epidemic continues, physicians are increasingly facing scrutiny with regard to their ...
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Middle District Holds That De Minimis Procedural Defect In Removal Does Not Require Remand

The United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania recently denied an insured’s motion to remand, holding that ...
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Eastern District Holds that Four Year Statute of Limitations Applies to Gallagher Claims

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania recently held that the four year statute of limitations ...
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Off the Rails: Preparing for and Handling Derailment Claims

Article by Nicole Bazzy, Esq. July 2019 marks the sixth anniversary of one of the largest train derailment disasters in ...
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O’Neil Explores ‘Conscious Uncoupling’ as a Trend in the US

Conscious uncoupling is not just for celebrities. Law firms are capitalizing on its current popularity, and recommending the process for ...
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U.S. Department of Labor Issues New Wage and Hour Opinion Letters Regarding FLSA Compliance

On July 1, 2019, the United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued three new opinion letters from the Department’s Wage ...
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