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Schnader Harrison
Segal & Lewis LLP
 
New York, New York Office
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140 Broadway, Suite 3100
New York, New York  10005-1101

(New York Co.)

Telephone: 212-973-8000
Fax: 212-972-8798
http://www.schnader.com

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About this office:

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP is a law firm with a national and international practice. Founded in 1935, the Firm has grown to include offices in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA; New York, NY; Cherry Hill, NJ; Washington, DC; Wilmington, DE; and San Francisco, CA. Our common bond is a commitment to excellence and hard work, and a dedication to serving the Firm's clients.

Our lawyers have been leaders in government and the profession. They have served in high government posts at the federal, state and local levels. Our lawyers have also held leadership positions in the bar, including President of the American Bar Association, President of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and Chancellors of the Philadelphia Bar Association. Our lawyers have taught in leading law schools and have written numerous legal treatises and articles. They have played a significant role in developing our nation's law, most notably in the 30-year development of the Uniform Commercial Code, now in effect across the nation, and in the development of the Uniform Probate Code. They hold leadership positions in national and local civic, cultural, political and charitable institutions, and have a reputation for outstanding pro bono service to the profession and the community.

Schnader Harrison's clients range from large, international corporations to individual entrepreneurs. They include companies based in the United States as well as those from other countries. We represent clients in many industries including transportation, manufacturing, communications, insurance, banking and finance, health care, computers, construction, as well as service organizations.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Alternative Dispute ResolutionAntitrust and Trade Regulation
Appellate PracticeAviation
Bond FinanceBusiness Governance Litigation and Shareholder Disputes
Business ServicesClass Action
Construction Industry PracticeCorporate
E-Commerce and TechnologyEmerging Companies
Employee BenefitsEnergy
EnvironmentalFamily Business
FinanceFinancial Services Litigation
Franchise LawHealth Law
Insurance ServicesIntellectual Property Litigation
InternationalLabor and Employment Practices
Lender LiabilityLitigation Services
Mergers and AcquisitionsNonprofit Organizations
Parking IndustryProduct Liability
Railroad LitigationReal Estate Transactions
SecuritiesSecurities Litigation
Tax and Wealth ManagementTrusts and Estates


Statement of Practice Summary:
Admiralty and Maritime Law, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Asset Based Finance, Aviation and Aerospace, Business Law, Commercial Law, Contracts, Corporate Law, Debtor and Creditor, Elder Law, Equipment Leasing, Family Law, Health Care, Insurance, Intellectual Property, International Law, Labor and Employment, Legal Malpractice, Litigation and Arbitration, Mergers and Acquisitions, Products Liability, Professional Liability, Public Finance, Real Estate, Securities, Taxation, Transportation, Trusts and Estates and Wills and Probate.


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Assumption of Risk on the Field of Play - A 2014 New York Roundup
Matthew J. Kelly, February 6, 2015
Assumption of Risk is a simple doctrine. If you head down the ski slope, you assume the risk that you will wipe out - or that another skier will lose control and smack into you. If you play baseball, you assume the risk that you will get hit by a pitch or skin your knee sliding into second.

Recent NJ Appellate Court Decision Indicative of Continuing Uncertainty Regarding Personal Jurisdiction Over Foreign Manufacturers Using U.S. Distributors
Barry S. Alexander,Lee C. Schmeer, February 6, 2015
The past few years have seen the United States Supreme Court issue a number of important decisions on the subject of personal jurisdiction. For example, the Court’s decisions in Daimler AG v. Bauman, 134 S. Ct. 746 (2014) and Goodyear Dunlop Tires Operations, S.A. v. Brown, 131 S. Ct. 2846...

The "Separate Entity Rule" Remains Alive and Well in New York State
Kenneth R. Puhala, February 6, 2015
On October 23, 2014, in Motorola Credit Corp. v. Standard Chartered Bank, No. 162, 2014 N.Y. LEXIS 2946 (2014), the New York State Court of Appeals, New York’s highest court, answered in the affirmative the following question certified to the court by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second...





(For biographical data of other attorneys of the Firm, see Professional Biographies at Washington, D.C., Cherry Hill, New Jersey, San Francisco, California, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware)



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