On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, Robert Tomilson, member in the Philadelphia office, will take part in a webinar entitled “Active and Run Off Life & Health Reinsurance Issues,” sponsored by ARIAS U.S. Tomilson's portion of the program will concentrate on Medical Stop Loss Reinsurance.
Please join us for an extraordinary evening celebrating the Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg exhibit and New York Times best-selling book with its co-authors and distinguished panelists.
Silvis Group Inc. – a Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, landscaping company – has entered consent findings with the U.S. Department of Labor requiring payment of $74,290 in back wages and penalties for violating the labor provisions of the H-2B temporary visa program.
First Assistant United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced today that Bucks County dentist Dr. Pranathi V. Reddy will pay $150,000 and stop prescribing Schedule II opioids for four years to resolve allegations that she diverted controlled substances for personal use and overdosed on one occasion, and that she failed to comply with various record-keeping requirements for controlled substances.
Fox Rothschild LLP congratulates Matthew R. Kittay, Perla M. Kuhn and Jacqueline Motyl, who were honored with the Protector Pioneer Award from I Am Your Protector, a global nonprofit that aims to “bring individuals together across lines of perceived divide and conflict.”
Reed Smith has won a Financial Times North America Innovative Lawyers award for best “New Business and Service Delivery Models” for its Gravity Stack platform comprising several legal technology solutions.
Recently in the news are cases alleging criminal conspiracies to influence admissions decisions at major universities in the United States. This college admissions scandal is colloquially known as the “Varsity Blues” scandal.
Michael E. Baughman, a partner with Pepper Hamilton and a co-chair of the firm's Higher Education and First Amendment and Newsroom practices, will be speaking at the PA House Judiciary Public Hearing on House Bill 95 and Senate Bill 95 Anti-SLAPP.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has signed a two-year alliance with the Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturer and Employers Association (NEPA MAEA) to promote workplace safety and health to general industry employees and students entering the workforce in Northeast Pennsylvania.