Saul Ewing

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Main Office: Philadelphia
Participating Offices: Baltimore; Harrisburg, PA; Philadelphia; Princeton; Wilmington
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Delaware Becomes Third State to Ban Pay History InquiriesJD Supra (press release)On June 14, 2017, Governor John Carney made Delaware the third state to ban inquiries regarding pay history during the employment application process. Delaware joins Massachusetts and Oregon, as well as Puerto Rico, New York City and Philadelphia, ...and more »
Maryland Daily Record (subscription)
Barry F. Levin | Saul EwingMaryland Daily Record (subscription)levin-barry Barry F. Levin, managing partner of Saul Ewing LLP, is the new chairman of the LifeBridge Health Board of Directors. After serving as the vice chair of the board for the past two years, Levin officially took over the chairmanship from Jason …
Budding Opportunities – Insuring Medical Marijuana Licensees In An Uncertain WorldJD Supra (press release)​The medical marijuana industry took a big step forward on June 20, 2017 when Pennsylvania's Department of Health awarded 12 grower/processor permits. Of the 457 total applicants, the Department plans to award the remaining permits by the end of June ...and more »
Calculating Maximum Participant Loan AmountsJD Supra (press release)Most of us have struggled with the obtuse calculations required to determine maximum participant loan amounts. Perhaps in the future robotic AI Human Resource managers will not have this problem, but until then we all seem to muddle through this ...
New York Times
Quinn Stuebe, Alexander HearneNew York TimesHe is the son of Nancy S. Hearne and Robert B. Hearne Jr. of Princeton, N.J. The groom's mother is a partner at Saul Ewing, the Philadelphia law firm with offices in Princeton. The groom's father is a senior vice president and senior portfolio manager …
Lawsuit Against Duane Morris Highlights Cost Projection WoesDelaware Law Weekly"It can be very difficult to stick to projections that are done before the case begins, due to unpredictable circumstances," said Steven Flaks, director of client operations and analysis at Saul Ewing. "The main thing is, you never want clients to …
HHS Report Urges Health Care Industry to Address Cybersecurity RisksJD Supra (press release)In early June 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Health Care Industry Cybersecurity (HCIC) Task Force released a “Report on Improving Cybersecurity in the Health Care Industry” (the Report). The Report provides six primary ...and more »
The Legal Intelligencer
Deborah Spranger: Helping Startups Get StartedThe Legal IntelligencerAs a firm partner and chair of Saul Ewing's business and finance department, Spranger has spearheaded several leadership initiatives at the firm that, according to managing partner Barry Levin, will help pay dividends in the coming year and beyond.
Planning for Later Retirement Doesn't Always WorkJD Supra (press release)Many people hope to make up for not saving enough for retirement by just saying: "I'll work past retirement age" or "I'll never retire". A recent report from the Employee Benefit Research Institute on its 2017 Retirement Confidence Survey suggests a …and more »
Sixth Circuit Finds That Mandatory Class Waiver Provisions Violate NLRAJD Supra (press release)In a recent appeal before the United States Sixth Circuit, the Court weighed in on an increasingly controversial issue: Whether employers can require employees to agree to a mandatory arbitration provision that requires individual arbitration of ...and more »
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