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Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
Pennsylvania – Bad Faith , Key Points: Although the work product doctrine does not attach to an attorney's file after the subject litigation concludes, an insurer defending a bad faith action must make a showing of relevancy in order to discover plaintiff's..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
Whether it is the dependence on laptops and smartphones or sophisticated networks that connect employees of large corporations around the world, technology is a now a significant part of everyone's life. Nearly every day we hear about sensitive..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
Audrey Copeland (King of Prussia, Pennsylvania) successfully obtained the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court's affirmance of a termination of workers' compensation benefits in favor of the employer, secured by Frank Wickersham (King of Prussia..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
The article Undue Hardship: The Employer's Burden Under the ADAAA written by Ronda O'Donnell and Lee Durivage (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), was recently published in the Labor & Employment Supplement to the Legal Intelligencer. Sharon O..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
New Jersey - Employment Law , Key Points: If sufficiently severe, a single comment can be enough to prove a hostile work environment under the New Jersey LAD, but only in "a rare and extreme case." An ambiguous insult alone against a plaintiff of a..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
New Jersey - Workers' Compensatio , Key Points: Section 31 and Fiore control issues of occupational heart claims. Section 31 defines a compensable occupational disease. Fiore provides three requirements for proving a compensable occupational heart disease claim..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
Federal – Securities & Investments , Key Points: Changes to the FINRA Discovery Guide applicable to public customer disputes will alter parties' discovery obligations in the near future. The new Guide will modify the original 14 lists of presumptively discoverable items into..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
Pennsylvania – Civil Practice , Key Points: A social media user's indiscreet postings are pertinent to prove the truth or falsity of the claim. Any expectation of privacy with regard to Facebook and MySpace is unrealistic. The possibilities for finding..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Defense Digest Article September 1, 2011
As I believe everyone knows, our firm was founded to serve the litigation needs of the insurance industry. As we have evolved, we have expanded our litigation capacities in many ways. We now not only serve the litigation needs of the insurance..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011
Articles September 1, 2011
Key Points: The Florida Whistleblower Act borrows the same analysis for a prima facie case of unlawful retaliation under Title VII. A well documented personnel file will be useful in demonstrating the employer's legitimate non-...

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