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What's Up with the NLRB in 2012: Change is in the Air

Location: Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP One Penn Center, 19th Floor (Conference Room 19A) 1617 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19103-1895 P (215) 665-3000 The Firm’s office is conveniently located in the Suburban Station building and is easily accessible via SEPTA.For driving directions click here. Date:  Wednes...

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Obermayer Expands Pittsburgh Office With Addition Of Andrew Horowitz

PHILADELPHIA –April 23, 2012 –Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP is pleased to announce Andrew J. Horowitz has joined the litigation department at Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP as an associate. Based in the firm’s Pittsburg office, Horowitz focuses his practice on a variety of general and commercial litigatio...

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Obermayer Attorneys Named to 2012 New Jersey Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists

 

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Scratch April 30th -- D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Enjoined The NLRB From Enforcing Its New Notice Posting Rule

As you may recall, the National Labor Relations Board’s notice posting rule was previously scheduled to go into effect on November 30, 2011; however, implementation of that rule was postponed until January 31, 2012, and then again to April 30, 2012. On April 17, 2012, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted an emergency...

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Obermayer's Michael Phillips Receives Unsung Heroes Award

Michael Phillips was named to The Legal Intelligencer’s first class of recipients for its Unsung Heroes award. Phillips was selected from among the dozens of nominations The Legal received for his tireless efforts to help the underprivileged and for his successful pro bono work. Phillips was featured in the Legal Intelligencer pro-bono supple...

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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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