Myers Brier & Kelly, LLP sues Delaware North Companies and The United States of America. The lawsuit alleges that defendants acted negligently when they invited guests to reserve tents that were infested with hantavirus-carrying deer mice in Curry Village in Yosemite. The suit was filed on behalf of MBK’s clients, a family who stayed at […]
An article written by MBK Law partners Donna Walsh and Pat Casey recently appeared in the September/October 2013 issue of The Champion, the magazine of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Circulated across the US, The Champion features writings by and for attorneys involved in criminal defense. Titled Can Violating a Work Rule Make […]
MBK partner Dan Brier was honored in the October 2013 issue of The American Lawyer as a Top Rated Lawyer in white collar criminal defense law. Additionally, Dan achieved the AV Preeminent rating by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell. AV Preeminent status is conferred to Top Rated Lawyers who achieve the highest rating in legal ability and ethical […]
Following a habeas corpus hearing, Myers, Brier & Kelly, LLP (“MBK”) successfully obtained the dismissal of a criminal case in Lackawanna County involving the alleged felony of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Funds Received. The trial court granted MBK’s petition for writ of habeas corpus on April 27, 2012 and dismissed the […]
Myers, Brier & Kelly, LLP defeated a Preliminary Injunction on behalf of its client the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport filed by its former fixed base operator (“FBO”) Saker Aviation Services, Inc. (“Saker”). Saker attempted to enjoin the Airport from awarding a new FBO contract to a third-party. Following a hearing, Lackawanna County Common Pleas Judge, Hon. […]
Myers, Brier & Kelly, LLP successfully defended a large regional building supplier in an appeal brought by a former director and officer from dismissal of his religious discrimination claims. In a precedential opinion, the Third Circuit ruled that the plaintiff was not eligible to sue under Title VII because his status as shareholder, director and […]
Frank Brier co-authors article on the impact of social media in the Spring 2013 edition of Litigation Management Magazine. Frank has presented numerous times on the impact of social media, electronic medical records and e-discovery matters. The article can be found at Litigation Management.