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Data Building and Privacy Protection: A Double-Edged Sword? Femtech and consumer health innovation is vital for data collection and filling in critical research gaps, as a means to market products more effectively. But in a post-Roe vs Wade world where data concerns are real, and Apple’s recent...

Demystifying International & Interstate Discovery Bill Baton, Vice Chair of the firm's Intellectual Property Practice, practice, will moderate a panel presented by The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, in conjunction with the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey...

Join Saul Ewing LLP’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation Practice for our annual half-day CLE program on Tuesday, December 13. This program will provide updates on the constitutional challenge to the CFBP, and a summary of its recent regulatory and enforcement actions, discuss mass arbitration...

A recent flurry of activity in Chapter 11 practice has been an embrace of bankruptcy as the ideal forum for companies to channel mass tort litigation into mandatory mediation and a settlement plan process. Purdue Pharma, Boy Scouts, Johnson & Johnson, 3M, and others have strategically used...

Mental Health in Turbulent Times - Legal Considerations Partner James Keller and Associate Levi Schy will participate as speakers during the Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools Wellness Summit. Their workshop presentation will focus on student mental health, which is a significant and...

Associate Tom Laser will present during the semi-monthly meeting of the Chicago Bar Association’s Consumer Finance Committee. The topic will be the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ recent decision declaring that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s funding structure is unconstitutional.

Adam Cantor brings more than 25 years of legal experience to his new role as a partner in Saul Ewing’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice, including advising clients on a wide array of executive and equity compensation, deferred compensation, and employee benefits matters. He also...

Effective November 16, 2022, New Jersey will impose additional requirements when a ‘health care entity’ is sold or undergoes a change in control. The changes are the result of the enactment of S-315, on August 18, 2021. What You Need to Know: New Jersey enacted a statute that will impose additional...

The panel will review recent developments in the investigation and prosecution of environmental crimes and misconduct by federal and state authorities. Specifically, the panel will discuss the implications for regulatory enforcement priorities arising from Environmental, Social, and Governance...

The CFPB Funding Is Under Constitutional Attack. Does the Bureau Survive? Francis "Trip" Riley, Co-Chair of the firm's Consumer Financial Services Litigation Practice, will participate as a speaker during an upcoming RESPRO webinar. This webinar will look at the history leading up to the Community...

Franklin Zemel, a partner at Saul Ewing, LLP and a Certified Information Privacy Professional whose practice includes Privacy and Cybersecurity Law, will be one of a trio of presenters on November 17, 2022 at 12 p.m. EST for a cybersecurity training for all lawyers and firms. "Introduction to Cyber...

Kathryn Doyle, a partner at Saul Ewing, will present during the Penn Medicine Commercialization Speaker Series. She will discuss the latest trends in Life Sciences intellectual property on November 17 from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

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