Thanks to a recently released Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) memo, we know that OSHA inspectors now have the option of using drones to do flyover inspections of worksites across the U.S.
On August 14, 2018, the WV House of Delegates voted to impeach every current member of the state supreme court – throwing litigation at every level into uncertainty.
Jacobs has served as counsel for major national insurers in actions involving construction defect claims, latent and progressive injury claims, long-tail environment exposure claims, disputed uninsured and underinsured motorist claims, first-party property losses, and excess verdicts. […]
On numerous occasions, our attorneys have been engaged by attorneys all over the country to act as local counsel in the federal and state courts in the Pittsburgh region for cases involving intellectual property matters.
Litigation attorney R. Brandon McCullough contributed significantly to the content and publication of Unfair Claims Settlement Practices Compendium published by DRI which is now available for purchase. […]
The IoT raises a variety of insurance coverage issues. Commercial general liability policies raise the issue of whether a defective product claim arising from the IoT will qualify as an “occurrence.” Exclusions may limit coverage when a product is a component in a larger product and the larger product is damaged […]
In an article published in In-House Defense Quarterly, Henry M. Sneath discusses the judicial and regulatory environment and what to expect at DRI’s Corporate Counsel Roundtable held January 2018.
The premier event for oil and gas law practitioners. […]
Houston Harbaugh is pleased to welcome Brendan A. O’Donnell to our Oil and Gas Law Practice. […]
Contractors, subcontractors, materials suppliers and design professionals involved in a construction project have a distinct advantage when it comes to legal remedies for collecting unpaid bills. This advantage is due to three Pennsylvania statutes. […]