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Declaratory Judgment in Divorce Action Unappealable, Court Rules

The recent Pennsylvania Superior Court case of Moser v. Renninger , 2012 Pa. Super. 59, 1037 MDA 2011 (March 6, 2012), provides a reminder to family law practitioners that a declaratory judgment that does not end litigation is interlocutory and unappealable. The Moser case also provides a refresher regarding common law marriage. According to the o...

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Declaratory Judgment in Divorce Action Unappealable, Court Rules

The recent Pennsylvania Superior Court case of Moser v. Renninger , 2012 Pa. Super. 59, 1037 MDA 2011 (March 6, 2012), provides a reminder to family law practitioners that a declaratory judgment that does not end litigation is interlocutory and unappealable. The Moser case also provides a refresher regarding common law marriage. According to the o...

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Declaratory Judgment in Divorce Action Unappealable, Court Rules

The recent Pennsylvania Superior Court case of Moser v. Renninger , 2012 Pa. Super. 59, 1037 MDA 2011 (March 6, 2012), provides a reminder to family law practitioners that a declaratory judgment that does not end litigation is interlocutory and unappealable. The Moser case also provides a refresher regarding common law marriage. According to the o...

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OBERMAYER ATTORNEYS SERVE ON PDDI BIOTECH LEGAL PANEL

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - April 9, 2012 - Several Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP attorneys recently served on the legal panel to the biotechnological community at The Pennsylvania Drug Discovery Institute's (PDDI) "A Legal Primer" round table forum. The forum, co-sponsored by the Regional Biotech Council, provided legal information t...

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A Conversation With Malpractice Attorney Gary Samms

Gary Samms spoke with the managing editor of Anesthesiology News, about what to do — and not do — if you are ever caught in a malpractice case. The interview was recorded for a podcast on the Anesthesiology News Web site.

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VERBER APPOINTED TO PA SUPREME COURT DOMESTIC RELATIONS PROCEDURAL RULES COMMITTEE

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-April 1, 2012 - Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP attorney, Ann G. Verber, was appointed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to the Court's Domestic Relations Procedural Rules Committee for a second term. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Domestic Relations Procedural Rules Committee consists of 10 members who serve ...

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OBERMAYER'S VERBER APPOINTED TO PA SUPREME COURT DOMESTIC RELATIONS PROCEDURAL RULES COMMITTEE

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Fumbling Through The FMLA as the ADA Rapidly Approaches

Fumbling Through The FMLA as the ADA Rapidly Approaches

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Is It Ever Too Late to Allow an Expert Report?

It is less than two weeks before the start of trial and you're making sure your trial team is well prepared. Your trial notebook is perfectly organized, your witnesses are all lined up to testify, your motions in limine have been filed and you have reviewed prior testimony of opposing counsel's experts. There should be no more surprises. However, w...

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Gary Samms Speaks at 17th Annual Jefferson National Anesthesia Conference

Gary M. Samms recently spoke at the 17th Annual Jefferson National Anesthesia Conference in Big Sky, Montana on “How to Avoid Malpractice and Deal with Malpractice.”

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