Firm Newsletter, Winter 2009

By: Christopher A. Iacono Richard J. Parks 

Articles In This Issue:

1. Understanding Bankruptcy Preference Litigation: And How Best To Avoid It
2. Killing the Messenger? How FASB’s Proposal To Expand A Company’s Obligation to Disclose Litigation Loss Contingencies May Do More Harm Than Good
3. Employers’ Cost-Cutting Measures In Strained Economic Times
4. Changes to Pennsylvania’s Realty Transfer Tax Regulations Have Far-Reaching Effects
5. The Next Gold Rush – The Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Basin
6. It Is Important To Properly Classify A Worker As An Independent Contractor Or An Employee

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