wayne

Reager & Adler Blog

  • REAGER & ADLER, PC ATTORNEYS ELECTED TO LEADERSHIP POSITIONS WITH NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

     |   |  Comments (0)

    Reager & Adler is proud to announce that David W. Reager and Michael T. Traxler have been elected to leadership positions with nonprofit organizations.

    Dave Reager has been elected to the Board of Governors of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM). Established in 1965, the CBMM is a world-class maritime museum dedicated to preserving and exploring the history, environment and ...

    Read More »

  • Tom Williams Presents Seminars on Mechanic's Lien Law

     |   |  Comments (0)

    Tom Williams of the firm recently completed a series of seminars addressing Mechanic’s Lien issues and the recent changes to the Mechanic’s Lien Law requiring project owners and potential claimants to access the newly created Construction Notices Directory. He also provided timely information on how to convert bad receivables to payment to the over 130 construction industry professionals in attendance. ...

    Read More »

  • Reager & Adler Attorneys Recognized as Industry Leaders

     |   |  Comments (0)

    Reager & Adler is proud to report that two attorneys from the firm have been recognized as leaders in their respective practice areas. 

    Ted Adler, for the 12th consecutive year, has been recognized by SuperLawyers and Law and Politics Magazine in the area of construction litigation.  In addition, Ted has been selected as a Fellow by the Construction Lawyers Society ...

    Read More »

  • Reager & Adler Welcomes Lane Brody

     |   |  Comments (0)

    Reager & Adler, PC, is pleased to announce that Lane Brody has joined the firm as an associate attorney.  Lane's practice will concentrate in the areas of Commercial Motor Vehicle Litigation, Transportation Regulatory Law, Distribution and Logistics, Commercial Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation, Subrogation, Insurance Defense, Employment and Construction Litigation.

    Prior to joining Reager & Adler, Lane was a litigator for ten years for prominent Philadelphia insurance defense ...

    Read More »

  • In Philly, Salary History Now the New Don't Ask Don't Tell

     |   |  Comments (0)

    Earlier this month, Mayor Jim Kenney of Philadelphia signed a City ordinance prohibiting employers from asking job candidates about their salary histories.  City Council members and the Mayor say that this new measure is designed to ameliorate the disparity in pay between men and women doing the same job.  They point to statistics which indicate that women in Pennsylvania are ...

    Read More »

  • Construction Notices Directory Seminar

     |   |  Comments (0)

    Tom Williams of the firm was pleased to present a seminar for over 60 construction  industry  professionals on January 25, 2017 which was hosted by the Keystone Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors. The presentation, entitled "Danger Ahead! Don’t Forfeit Your Mechanic’s lien Rights!" provided the contractors and material suppliers in attendance with information about the amendments to the Pennsylvania Mechanic's Lien Law, the new ...

    Read More »

Harrisburg Magazine Readers' Choice 2011