|Commercial Litigation||Intellectual Property Law|
|Labor and Employment Law|
Barley Snyder is a regional firm with offices in Lancaster, York, Reading, Hanover and Malvern. The firm serves national and local clients in a broad range of legal matters, including civil litigation, corporate, banking and securities, tax, intellectual property, real estate, environmental, municipal, health care, labor, employment, employee benefits, workers' compensation and immigration, bankruptcy and creditors' rights and estate planning and administration.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Barley Snyder:
Labor and Employment (18 cases in past two years)
U.S. Patent Activity
Total number of U.S. granted patents by Barley Snyder:
107 (in past two years)
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Documents by Barley Snyder on Martindale.com
NLRB Finds that Concerted Does Not Mean Concerted
Richard L. Hackman, September 10, 2014
Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) provides covered employees with the right to engage in “concerted activities” for “mutual aid or protection.” For years, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has limited this protection to situations involving actions...
Compliance Issues Inherent in Bring-Your-Own-Device Programs
Joshua L. Schwartz, September 8, 2014
Employees use their own smartphones and tablets to perform a variety of work-related tasks. Even in companies that do not explicitly condone the use of personal devices for work use, employees often connect their devices to work systems. This increased use of personal devices in the workplace has...
Contract Risk Management - Looking Beyond the Words On the Page
Kimberly J. Decker, September 8, 2014
Businesses enter into contracts every day as they purchase supplies, sell products and make business deals. Contracts are desirable because they describe the deal that was made and what each party to the contract is required to do. This helps to avoid problems and misunderstandings later. A good...
Formalized new associate litigation training/mentoring program
Knowledge management program
Has a disaster recovery plan in place