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On March 1, 2022, Pam Scott and Richard Forsten, both partners in Saul Ewing' s Real Estate Practice, in addition to two industry-leading experts, discussed the implications of Delaware’s property tax reassessment and what the reassessment will mean for your business.

Saul Ewing is proud to announce that its Public Finance Practice was top ranked in two states on The Bond Buyer’s 2021 rankings compiled by Thomson Reuters. In Delaware, the Firm was ranked number one bond counsel firm with transactions totaling $782.4 million. In Pennsylvania, the Firm was ranked...

Many Capitol riot cases could hinge on 1st trial's outcome Philadelphia-based defense attorney Justin Danilewitz, who was a federal prosecutor in New Jersey from 2012 to 2017, said a conviction in Reffitt's case may lead to a flurry of guilty pleas by other riot defendants. “And that can benefit...

“Penny wise but pound foolish” first appeared in writing over 500 years ago. This idiom captures the wisdom of human experience in just five words: shortcuts that appear to save money are more expensive in the long run. Sometimes much more. Further proof of this eternal truth - and one taxpayer’s...

Saul Ewing LLP served as counsel to Marwin II, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of US Wind, Inc., in the application to the Maryland Public Service Commission for, and approval of, approximately 800 megawatts of Maryland Offshore Renewable Energy Credits ("ORECs"). The addition of the extra 800...

Saul Ewing’s Condominium and Community Associations Practice is pleased to once again offer its annual summary of the Illinois Condominium Property Act ("ICPA"). 2020 and 2021 were years that no one will soon forget, with condominium associations scrambling to ensure resident safety in the midst of...

Washington, D.C., November 24, 2021 – Saul Ewing LLP served as counsel to Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: SUPN) in the successful completion today of its previously announced $450 million acquisition of Adamas Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADMS). The acquisition strengthens Supernus'...

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s April 29, 2021, decision in a Right-to-Know Law (the “RTKL”) case has broad ramifications in matters where a state or local governmental agency has contracted with a private consultant and seeks to protect records the parties have exchanged while the agency...

Charles M. Lizza and Sarah A. Sullivan of Saul Ewing’s Newark Office secured a precedent-setting victory in a patent infringement case in the Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey involving Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.’s (“J&J”) and Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corp.’s (“MTPC”)...

Pennsylvania has required construction contractors to utilize minority and women businesses in state-funded construction since 1987. Within a short period of time, a parallel program was adopted for service contracting, where entities identified as “Socially or Economically Restricted Businesses”...

In just two months, from mid-November 2020 to mid-January 2021, Saul Ewing LLP's Cannabis Law Practice assisted clients in closing transactions with a combined deal value of more than $520 million. We served as: U.S. counsel to Canaccord Genuity Corp. , lead underwriter of an overnight marketed...

Public construction in Pennsylvania and elsewhere continues to present substantial challenges to local governmental entities. While some projects have been deferred in the current health and economic climate, at some point, and we hope sooner rather than later, the normal course of public...

Agencies of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania regularly publish regulations and policy statements in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. The Departments of Human Services, Health and Environmental Protection are among the agencies that are the most prolific document publishers. Administrative law...

Saul Ewing attorneys Justin Danilewitz, Patrick Hromisin and Zachary Kizitaff in Philadelphia secured a big win in Pennsylvania state court (Chester County) in a criminal pretrial hearing on behalf of Frank Recknagel, a Security Manager for Energy Transfer LP. Mr. Recknagel was charged with seven...

On April 1, a team led by Saul Ewing's Barry Katz, Katie Gilligan and Roy Bernstein represented the purchaser in the acquisition of Cityfront Place, a 480-unit apartment building with several commercial tenants located at 400 N. McClurg Court, just off the Magnificent Mile in Chicago’s downtown...

Saul Ewing, a full-service law firm with more than 400 attorneys in 16 offices, announced that it has been selected as Delaware counsel to the official committee of unsecured creditors in the bankruptcy proceedings of Forever 21, Inc. et al. ("Forever 21"), pending in the United States Bankruptcy...

Saul Ewing LLP is proud to announce a favorable outcome won on behalf of Firm client Rembrandt Enterprises. Alain Baudry, partner, Matt Veenstra and Tricia Kazinetz, associates, secured a $1.46 million jury verdict on its breach of contract claim following a two-day trial in federal court in...

PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners are pleased to announce that they have secured a $161.5 million loan for the 49-story 400 Biscayne project in downtown Miami. The loan will offer financing for the development of the project, which broke ground in June. Financing was provided by Centennial Bank and...

In this article, Bill Warren, a partner in the Firm's Government Contracts Practice, describes the current PA municipal policies applied in assessing building permit fees on public projects undertaken by school districts, counties and other public entities and the recommended approach to challenging...

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