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Margonari and Johnson Obtain Dismissal of Methadone Clinic on Preliminary Objection

Burns White attorneys Dan Margonari and Dave Johnson won preliminary objections on behalf of a Methadone Clinic in a case ...
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Hampton Obtains Summary Judgment on Behalf of Railroad Defendant in Cumulative Trauma Case

Burns White attorney Dan Hampton won a summary judgement on behalf of a Railroad Defendant in a case filed in ...
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23 Burns White attorneys named to Prestigious Super Lawyers/Rising Stars lists

PITTSBURGH, May 28, 2020 —Twenty-Three Burns White attorneys from across Pennsylvania were named to the 2020 Super Lawyers/Rising Stars lists ...
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Rebelo, Brennan Obtain Partial Summary Judgment for PA Skilled Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care Facility

Burns White attorneys Mary-Jo Rebelo and Courtney C. Brennan won partial summary judgment for a privately-owned skilled rehabilitation and long-term ...
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Stuart T. O’Neal Interviews The Honorable David Shulkin on Healthcare Marketplace Issues

Recently, Burns White Executive Committee Member and Professional Liability co-chair, Stuart T. O'Neal, interviewed The Honorable David Shulkin, the Ninth ...
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Superior Court Finds Reservation of Rights Letter Which Does Not Include Potential Exclusions to Be Ineffective

The Superior Court of Pennsylvania recently held that while reservation of rights letters from insurance companies do not need to ...
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Breach of Contract Claim Dismissed in Class Action Regarding Application of New Jersey Fee Schedule, but UTPCPL Claim Proceeds

The Middle District of Pennsylvania recently dismissed a breach of contract claim against an insurer but allowed a UTPCPL claim ...
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Superior Court Affirms Directed Verdict Obtained on Behalf of Property Management Company

Attorney Stephen Guzzetti successfully defends property management client. Plaintiff alleged in the trial court that Defendant acted in a capricious ...
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New Jersey Issues Executive Order 112 to Protect Healthcare Providers

On April 1, 2020, Governor Phil D. Murphy issued Executive Order 112. The broad-ranging decree was designed to provide legal ...
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