Barry M. Abelson, of counsel with Pepper Hamilton, has been recognized in the 2019 edition of Chambers Global.
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A lawsuit filed against Bio UV SAS, a manufacturer of water treatment equipment, alleges the company did not live up to its obligations after the plaintiff was hit with a complaint over defective equipment made by a company acquired by the plaintiff.
Eli Segal, a partner with Pepper Hamilton, was one of 120 leaders selected for the 2019 Leadership Philadelphia Core Class.
PEPPER HAMILTON LLP: Pepper Hamilton earns National and Metropolitan First-Tier Placements in U.S. News- Best Lawyers® 'Best Law Firms' Rankings for 2019
Pepper Hamilton received nine national first-tier placements and 43 first-tier metropolitan placements in U.S. News - Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for 2019.
PHILADELPHIA – A Berks County man who suffered blisters and rashes allegedly as a result of chemical exposure at a manufacturing plant has sued the company for not inspecting its own corporate premises or protecting him from the exposure.
Pepper Hamilton was honored at the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) Pennsylvania 2018 Annual Meeting, which recognized the volunteers who have made a difference in the lives of refugees and immigrants, as well as successful immigrants and refugees.
PEPPER HAMILTON LLP: Void means Void - Municipal Contract that did not conform to statute is void and no claim for breach or quasi-contract or unjust enrichment is permitted
Aquatic Renovations Sys. v. Vill. of Walbridge, 2018 Ohio App. Lexis 1581 (April 13, 2018)
Insurance companies are the real winners in a recent Pennsylvania Superior Court ruling that vacated a $21 million bad-faith insurance verdict in a more than 20-year-old collision claim, a Philadelphia-based litigator said during an interview.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge in Philadelphia struck down an effort to certify a pair of anti-trust class action lawsuits filed against several large truck manufacturers back in 2010, suits which encompassed claims totaling in excess of $1 billion.
PHILADELPHIA — Several music publishing companies are suing Justenuff Jack LLC and Steven H. Paik, alleging copyright infringement.
PHILADELPHIA — A diet-plan marketer is suing Supplement Direct Ventures Inc. and ABC Co. d/b/a Supplement Police, alleging negligent misrepresentation and unfair competition.
PHILADELPHIA — A company offering weight-loss programs is suing ABC Co. d/b/a DietInsight, which allegedly is affiliated with plaintiff's competitors, citing alleged negligent misrepresentation and unfair competition.
HARRISBURG — A recent decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that forces the state Public Utility Commission to release documents after a nearly three-year battle was not only correct, but also will hopefully make other agencies more likely to release documents without a court battle, the former executive director of the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records said.
PHILADELPHIA – An automotive parts corporation is suing a New Jersey business over claims that it hasn't paid for parts delivered.
PHILADELPHIA – JanSport Apparel Corp. is suing a competitor alleging that it is selling almost identical backpacks to what JanSport manufactures.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia-based nonprofit is suing a number of radio corporations, claiming that the organization was defrauded through fundraising scams of more than $300,000.
Commercial Door Systems sues former employees claiming they're stealing clients with identical products
PHILADELPHIA – An Ohio door-system company is suing former employees, claiming they're manufacturing practically identical products.