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When serious injuries caused by negligent acts of others lead to expensive medical bills and a loss of income you rely upon, your worries may weigh heavily. Added stress in a time like this hurts your ability to focus on healing. We will give you hope. Rely on our law firm to handle all details associated with your case so you can put all your energy into healing.

Rieders, Travis, Dohrmann, Mowery, Humphrey & Waters is a long-standing Williamsport firm with an exceptional legal team and history of success that goes back to the 19th century. As seasoned civil trial advocates with deep experience in federal and state courts, our attorneys help with even the most complex cases.

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ARBITRATION-FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT-STAY VERSUS DISMISSAL

Smith v. Spizzirri, 2024 U.S. LEXIS 2170, 2024 WL 2193872 (S. Ct. May 16, 2024) (Sotomayor, J.). The Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) sets forth procedures for enforcing arbitration agreements in federal court. Section 3 of the FAA specifies that, when a dispute is subject to arbitration, the court “shall on application of one of the […]

CIVIL RIGHTS-FILING DATES-JURISDICTIONAL

Harrow v. DOD, 2024 U.S. LEXIS 2171 (S. Ct. May 16, 2024) (Kagan, J.). A federal employee subjected to an adverse personnel action may complain to the Merit Systems Protection Board. If the Board rules against him, he may appeal to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit “within 60 days.” 5 U. S. […]

ERISA-FIDUCIARY DUTY-EXCESSIVE RECORDKEEPING FEES

Mator v. Wesco Distrib., 2024 U.S. App. LEXIS 11838, 2024 WL 2198120 (3rd Cir. May 16, 2024) (Fisher, C.J.). Plaintiffs Nancy Mator and Robert Mator participate in the Wesco Distribution, Inc. Retirement Savings Plan. On behalf of themselves and a class of participants and beneficiaries, the Mators sued the Plan, its fiduciaries, and Wesco Distribution, […]