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Reuland Electric dismissed from lawsuit filed by man allegedly disfigured in manufacturing molder incident
PHILADELPHIA – A defendant has been dismissed from litigation filed by a man who says he lost two fingers using molder equipment in a manufacturing accident against the companies he claims are responsible for the traumatic injuries.
HARRISBURG – This week, the Pennsylvania Senate’s Legislative Budget and Finance Committee (LBFC) is holding a two-day set of hearings discussing the impact of reverting current medical malpractice litigation venue rules could have on the access to health care and maintenance of health care systems statewide.
More than 30 lawsuits blame Armstrong World Industries, once Lancaster’s largest employer, for exposing workers to chemicals that led to sickness, suffering and death. But they’ve been pursued by a lawyer who, a judge says, “made a mockery of the law” and whose clients are paying, figuratively and literally, for his actions.
Federal Circuit Court reverses fee collection by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, cites Pa. attorneys' amicus brief
LANCASTER – Lawyers from firm Barley Snyder who authored an amicus brief on behalf of the American Bar Association, had that same brief cited when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reversed a landmark decision allowing for collection of attorney’s fees by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO).
Barley Snyder associate Brian A. Korman has been named to the board of directors of Bench Mark Program, a Lancaster-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping at-risk youth.