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Third Circuit Eyes Dodd-Frank's Whistleblower Protection

Saranac Hale Spencer | October 24, 2014

Whether Dodd-Frank's ban on agreements to arbitrate whistleblower actions can be applied retroactively was before the Third Circuit on Thursday.

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    As the world now eyes the newest case of Ebola in the United States with a New York doctor contracting the illness, Reed Smith has been advising a range of clients on a host of legal questions stemming from Ebola.

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    Diversity was a big topic at this year's Philadelphia Bar Association Bench-Bar Annual Conference in Atlantic City, N.J. As the chair of the law practice management committee, I had the privilege to host "Creating and Maintaining a Diverse and Inclusive Law Practice for All."

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Who Owns Digital Assets When You Die?

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Delaware Law Weekly reporter Jeff Mordock was recently a guest of Larry Mendte on The Delaware Way program, where he discussed Delaware's new digital asset law and proposals for similar laws in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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