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Ansa Assuncao LLP’s Maryland Team Secures Appellate Victory Before Texas Supreme Court

On March 13, 2020, Ansa Assuncao LLP’s Maryland office team, working in conjunction with their Texas colleagues, secured extraordinary relief from the Supreme Court of Texas on behalf of firm client Mobile Mini, Inc. in a construction worker’s personal injury suit that named Mobile Mini and other corporate defendants. In a per curiam opinion, the […]

Bounced: Federal Court Dismisses Proposed Class Action Seeking Refunds for Covid-19-Related IRONMAN & Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Race Cancellations

First Impressions: PA Supreme Court’s New Standard for Granting a New Trial Stemming from a Partially Erroneous Damage Award

Flipping Doctrine on Its Side: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Considers Case That Would Authorize “Horizontal” or “Single Enterprise” Veil Piercing for the First Time

New Executive Order Aimed at Tightening the Definition of “American-Made Products” Will Impact Domestic Manufacturers, Especially Those Utilizing Global Supply Chains

New York Offers Reimbursement Grants to Full-Service Restaurants Through the “Raising the NYS Bar Restaurant Recovery Fund”

Washington, D.C. City Council Passes Near-Total Ban on Non-Compete Agreements, Which (Absent Contrary Action) Is Likely to Go into Effect Early This Year

The United States District Court for the District of Maryland Tackles a Host of COVID-19 Related Cases in Late 2020, From Evictions to Compassionate Prisoner Release to Restrictions Imposed by Governor Hogan’s Executive Orders

Archdiocese of Brooklyn Legal Analysis

US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) Rules of Origin and The Impact on Domestic Manufacturers

COVID-19 UPDATE: Maryland Courts Return to More Restricted Operations

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