Porzio, Bromberg & Newman
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Porzio, Bromberg & Newman
Size of Organization: 86
Year Established: 1962Web Site: http://www.pbnlaw.com
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At Porzio, we believe that when selecting an attorney, you should follow the same process as in choosing an employee or employer, your business partner or private confidante. Surround yourself with men and women of integrity and passion and you will share your victories and adversities with exceptional people who will champion you, fortify you and inspire you. Our attorneys, and the remarkable professionals who work beside them, serve our clients and each other with honor and a passionate commitment to excellence. We believe in the character, capability and dedication of each member of our team and are grateful for the opportunity to work together in serving our clients. Our clients benefit both from our expertise in the law and from our experience in their industries. We approach our work in an industry-specific manner and focus on the challenges particular to our clients' businesses.
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Toxic Torts (198 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Porzio, Bromberg & Newman on Martindale.com
Amending Claims During an Inter Partes Review
John McKeague, December 8, 2014
One of the procedures open to the Patent Owner in an Inter Partes Review ("IPR") is to file a Motion to Amend the Claims. This is usually three months from the date of institution of the IPR. These motions are rarely granted. Recently, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board ("PTAB")...
Fighting FMLA Claims: Strengthen Your Leave Protocol Now
Deborah H. Share, December 8, 2014
A more thorough FMLA leave protocol has been shown to be a potent defense to the legal claims of an employee terminated for failure to return from leave. In reversing the trial court, the Third Circuit recently ruled that an employee who took FMLA leave, and was subsequently terminated, was...
Hooters Decision Very Revealing
Vito A. Gagliardi, July 15, 2014
Last month, in a case pending before the National Labor Relations Board, an administrative law judge ("ALJ") ruled that a waitress fired by a Hooters franchise was entitled to reinstatement and back pay because her "discharge was motivated by her protected concerted activity"...