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As Technology Redefines the Meaning of Sports, Legal Questions Abound

Langdon Ramsburg, chair of the e-sports practice group at McNees Wallace & Nurick, discusses the burgeoning world of organized online gaming and the various legal questions surrounding it.

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Social Media Firestorms can Consume Reputations

When a patron storms out of a store over perceived mistreatment, do not confuse the lack of legal grounds for a discrimination claim with a free pass on the far greater reputational risks that outweigh the cost of any litigation.

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How a Recent Eminent Domain Decision Changed the Rules

The June 2019 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania creates an opening for litigants to make federal court claims alleging a violation of the Fifth Amendment’s Takings Clause.

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Innovation

Legal Innovation at a Midsized Law Firm

Mark Van Blargan discusses McNees 2026, the firm’s long range strategic plan to fulfill their mantra titled ClientsFirst!, part of a strong commitment to their mission, vision and primary excellence goals.

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Energy

Advances in Renewable Energy Contracting Options for Customers

How to integrate renewable energy projects into your business’s energy procurement strategy.

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Patent

Diligence Under Duress: IP Review Even When Time Is Short or the Budget Is Tight

Even after a small acquisition, IP diligence should never be overlooked.

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Healthcare

Decisions, Decisions: Reporting Fraud and Abuse

Incentivized to self-report violations, healthcare organizations must navigate an array of self-disclosure protocols.

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