Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
A Delaware Limited Liability Partnership
Florham Park, New Jersey OfficeView all offices
500 Campus Drive
Florham Park, New Jersey
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About this office:
Drinker Biddle & Reath handles complex and sophisticated business transactions and litigates many of the most important legal challenges our clients face. Our 150-year practice history is marked by service to clients, the public and the bar, with an extraordinary tradition in leadership of legal ethics. Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Drinker Biddle's lawyers serve clients from twelve offices across the U.S.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Corporate Law; Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Communications Litigation; Securities; Corporate Restructuring; Environmental Law; Government; Regulatory Affairs; Health Law; Hr Law; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Investment Management; Products Liability; Mass Torts; Private Client; Real Estate.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Beware of ICE!
Jerrold J. Wohlgemuth, May 6, 2013
The Department of Homeland Security has issued new and revised I-9 Forms that employers must begin using on May 7 for all new hires. Failure to properly complete and retain the new forms can result in substantial fines and penalties. With immigration being a hot issue in Washington, we should...
New York City Expected to Pass Expansive Paid Sick Leave Law
Lynne Anne Anderson, April 3, 2013
The New York City Council has reached a compromise that will enable it to pass a paid sick leave law. Although Mayor Michael Bloomberg objects to the legislation, news outlets are virtually unanimous in predicting that the City Council has enough votes to override his veto. While federal law does...
Warning to In-House Counsel: Be Careful When Responding to Demand Letters
Jerrold J. Wohlgemuth, April 1, 2013
It’s a common occurrence: counsel sends a demand letter to an employer explaining the basis for his/her client’s claim of discrimination or wrongful discharge, and threatening to sue, but offering to discuss settlement in advance of filing a complaint. In-house counsel responds by...
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