Kaitlin M. Gurney—a litigator who practices both media law and white collar criminal defense—has joined Ballard Spahr, Firm Chair Mark Stewart announced.
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BALLARD SPAHR LLP: Ballard Spahr Attorneys to Receive Arts Volunteer of the Year Award for Pro Bono Work
The Arts + Business Council for Greater Philadelphia has recognized Ballard Spahr intellectual property attorneys John A. Chionchio and Patrick M. Brady with the 2019 Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (PVLA) Award for outstanding pro bono service.
BALLARD SPAHR LLP: Business Lawyer John Wright Rejoins Ballard Spahr, Brings Decades of Industry Experience
Prominent corporate and finance attorney John B. Wright, II has rejoined Ballard Spahr after nearly 15 years leading the legal department of a large global manufacturing corporation that is a longtime client of the firm.
PHILADELPHIA (Legal Newsline) – Terry Grugan's decision to practice law stemmed from a fascination with the criminal justice system and the importance of a system that functions well. It came as no surprise, then, when he chose to pursue a career in white-collar defense.
BALLARD SPAHR LLP: Prominent IP and Commercial Litigator Aliza Karetnick Joins Ballard Spahr in Philadelphia
Aliza R. Karetnick, a litigator and legal adviser who represents global companies and has particular experience in the cosmetics, fragrance, and flavor industries, has joined Ballard Spahr in the firm's Philadelphia office, firm Chair Mark Stewart announced.
Ballard Spahr, LLP issued the following announcement on Dec. 10.Leslie E.
Ballard Spahr has been recognized as a 2018 Pennsylvania Regional Powerhouse by Law360.
Chris Ford—an attorney who has led some of the country's largest and most innovative financial technology and payment systems transactions—has joined Ballard Spahr as a partner in the firm's Consumer Financial Services Group, firm Chair Mark Stewart announced.
Ballard Spahr has been awarded the American Bar Association's (ABA) 2018 Pro Bono Publico Award for its outstanding commitment to providing volunteer legal services to underserved and disadvantaged populations.
MEDIA — A nonprofit company is suing a business development service company, citing alleged breach of contract, tortious interference and unjust enrichment.
A company is suing Continuum Investments LLC for allegedly breaching a loan and security agreement.
PHILADELPHIA — The Pennsylvania Superior Court on April 3 upheld a lower court’s judgment in a licensing agreement dispute between a pharmaceutical company and the creators of a drug technology.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed a lower court’s ruling that upheld the legality of non-solicitation agreements employees often sign when they begin a new job.