On September 20, the House of Representatives passed the Forced Arbitration FAIR Act (225 in favor to 186 opposed) to end forced arbitration in all its forms and consumers’ Seventh Amendment rights to a civil trial by a jury of their peers. This legislation marks the first time in decades that a branch of Congress has voted to restore these rights to the people on such a grand scale.
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In the age of technology, there are thousands of useful software programs that promote more efficient productivity. Check out these Apps today!
A new front has potentially opened up in the battle against Monsanto and Bayer over their Roundup weed killer product and its potential to cause harm.
In Pennsylvania, there is a required tort election between “limited tort” and “full tort” for your motor vehicle insurance. Jim Heneghan explains.
On September 11, 2019, a class action lawsuit was filed in California to determine whether Uber drivers are employees or independent contractors.
In Englemen v. Ethicon and Johnson & Johnson (“defendants”), the Pennsylvania Superior Court, affirmed the trial court’s decisions concerning: the application of Pennsylvania’s statute of limitation’s discovery rule; several evidentiary issues, remittitur, and the trial court’s decision to reduce the jury’s $20 million verdict to $15 million.
What duties does a property manager owe a tenant arising from a contract with the landlord?
Did you know there are 1,000 different types of bananas in the world? Sally Blon shares interesting facts about bananas in today's blog.
In Safe Auto Insurance Co. (Safe Auto) v. Rene Oriental-Guillermo, et al. the Pennsylvania considered the enforceability of an unlisted resident driver exclusion (“URDE”) in a personal automobile insurance policy.
Goodbye Summer. Hello Fall! Are you ready for the fall foliage?