McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC is pleased to announce Brian Jackson has been elected Chair of the firm and Donna Kreiser and Mark Van Blargan as Members of the Management Committee, effective November 1, 2018.
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McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC attorneys Dana Chilson and James Franklin were honored at The Legal Intelligencer’s 2018 Lawyers on the Fast Track awards dinner in Philadelphia on Wednesday, June 27, 2018.
The Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) Public Utility Law Section presented its Christianson Award to McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC Chairman David M. Kleppinger on May 24 during the Public Utility Bench Bar Conference at the Hilton Harrisburg.
HARRISBURG - Earlier this year, the state Commonwealth Court ruled that a former juvenile probation officer wasn’t protected by whistleblower laws.
PHILADELPHIA — A design business is suing Nxt Generation LLC and Global Manufacturing Associates Inc., both based in Ohio, citing alleged copyright infringement for using a camouflage pattern without permission.
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court in November sent a message to public employers in the commonwealth when it ruled that the Chester Upland School District was guilty of unfair labor practices because it adopted a punctuality and attendance policy for employees without first engaging in collective bargaining.
HARRISBURG – A Sept. 9 Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling that declared a statute allowing grandparents to seek partial custody of the children of separated parents unconstitutional figures to have a significant impact on grandparents’ custody rights.
A leading labor and employment attorney advises employers to pay closer attention to work-related injuries and be sure to request that impairment rating evaluation physicians appointed by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) defer evaluations of cases to other experts with specialized expertise in each medical situation.
HARRISBURG—Happy hour laws govern how alcoholic drinks can be discounted or promoted at restaurants, breweries, wineries or hotels; however, violating those laws can be costly and even result in a suspension of a business' liquor license.