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Pennsylvania Supreme Court to review ability of subsequent buyer to claim breach of implied warranty against construction contractor

Pennsylvania Supreme Court to review ability of subsequent buyer to claim breach of implied warranty against construction contractor

In Conway v. Cutler Group, Inc., 57 A.3d 155 (Pa. Super 2012), the Pennsylvania Superior Court held for the first time that a subsequent buyer of a home, who has no contractual privity with the contractor, can nonetheless assert claims against the contractor for beach of the implied warranty of ... Read More »

Community Banks Get Some Relief from the Requirements of the Volcker Rule

Community Banks Get Some Relief from the Requirements of the Volcker Rule

In a move that should offer some relief to community banks, five federal financial regulatory agencies (the Federal Reserve Board, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission), have approved an interim final rule ... Read More »

Insurers nationwide continue to drop medical providers from medicare advantage plans

Insurers nationwide continue to drop medical providers from medicare advantage plans

Since last fall, tens of thousands of physicians, medical practices and pharmacies nationwide, and their patients, have received notifications from some of the country’s largest Medicare Advantage plan providers, including health insurance giants UnitedHealthcare (UHC) and Humana, that the physicians, and entire provider groups, will be terminated from the insurers’ ... Read More »

Nonprofit Employees’ Insubordinate Statements on Facebook Held Not Protected Under the NLRA

Nonprofit Employees’ Insubordinate Statements on Facebook Held Not Protected Under the NLRA

A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) administrative law judge (ALJ) recently found that an expletive-ridden Facebook conversation between two employees of a nonprofit youth center were so egregious as to take the comments outside the protection of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and warranted dismissal. Read More »

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