Temple Law Alumni Patrick Hromisin discusses the record-breaking Facebook-FTC settlement and what this settlement means for other companies with data privacy concerns.
Baker & Hostetler attorneys discuss the DOJ investigation into price-fixing in the chicken industry.
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has held that the Federal Arbitration Act preempts state laws that prohibit mandatory arbitration of sexual harassment claims.
A recent Philadelphia Court ruling rejected a new land valuation method used by the city to assess the property tax burden of condominium owners. In rejecting the city’s approach, the court embraced the traditional valuation process more commonly used to assess the amount of property tax condominium owners must pay.
Ballard Spahr associate, Dina Bleckman (LAW ’18), unpacks Philadelphia’s ten-year real estate tax abatement debate.
In a unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled recently in Taggart v. Lorenzen that a creditor in a bankruptcy […]
Fox Rothschild partner, Nevena Simidjiyska (LAW ‘07), reports on the Dept. of Commerce addition of Chinese Tech companies to its restricted entity list for national security concerns.
On April 24, 2019, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Lamps Plus, Inc., et. al. v. Varela, No 17-988. In a 5-4 opinion, the Court held that an ambiguous agreement cannot provide the requisite contractual basis to support a finding that the parties agreed to submit a dispute to class arbitration.
Sue Maslow discusses supply chain investigations and enhanced compliance procedures to combat forced labor.
Temple Law Professor Tom C.W. Lin explores the rise of corporate social activism as a channel for advocacy on some of the most pressing social issues of our time.