United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals Sets 5:00 p.m. Electronic Filing Deadline
Depp v. Heard: Litigation Strategy
Could the Organizing Business be Liable For “Overserving” at a Company Event Under Pennsylvania’s Dram Shop Law?
Understanding the Right to Know Law and Why Certain Documents May be Protected
Forthcoming Pennsylvania Supreme Court Decision Could Vastly Increase the Scope of the “Piercing the Corporate Veil” Doctrine
Pa. Supreme Court Gives Employers An Important Warning And Reminder About Non-Compete Agreements
What Do I Do With All That "Stuff" My Tenant Left Behind?
Know the ‘American Rule’
Corporate Records Requirements Scam Targeting Pennsylvania Businesses
When it Comes to Collections, Construction Professionals Have Some Options Other Industries Do Not
The Future Is Here: The Internet Of Things And The Law
Non-Compete Agreements Require Consideration
Does Your Business Contract With the Federal Government? Here’s What You Need to Know About New COVID Vaccine Rules
No-Hire Provision Unenforceable in Pittsburgh Logistics Systems, Inc. v. Beemac Trucking LLC
COVERING CORONA: A Quartet Of Cases Foreshadows A New Trend In COVID-19 Business Interruption Coverage Litigation
Hemp and Hemp Derived-CBD Trademarks will now be accepted by USPTO
Superior Court Further Extends Reach of Negligent Misrepresentation Claims in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Clarifies Considerations for Venue Transfer
Jury Waiver Provision in Franchise Development Agreement Deemed Unenforceable against Non-Signatory Corporate Entities
Pennsylvania Superior Court Applies Six-Year Statute of Limitations to Debtor’s Damages Claims under U.C.C. Article 9
When Does an Agreement to Repurchase Construction Material Equal a Contract for Services?
The litigation attorneys at Houston Harbaugh, P.C., are accomplished business trial lawyers, providing comprehensive support in litigation across a broad spectrum of matters throughout Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and other jurisdictions upon a special admission basis. Our clients are regional and national small, medium and large companies and individuals who seek well planned and aggressive, but cost effective litigation. We counsel, we budget, we have a deep bench, we act quickly when needed and we have experienced trial lawyers who know the courts and bench. We serve regularly as local counsel for some of the largest law firms in the country when they have matters in this region.
Henry M. Sneath - Practice Chair
Co-Chair of Houston Harbaugh’s Litigation Practice, and Chair of its Intellectual Property Practice, Henry Sneath is a trial attorney, mediator, arbitrator and Federal Court Approved Mediation Neutral and Special Master with extensive federal and state court trial experience in cases involving commercial disputes, breach of contract litigation, intellectual property matters, patent, trademark and copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation, DTSA claims, cyber security and data breach prevention, mitigation and litigation, probate trusts and estates litigation, construction claims, eminent domain, professional negligence lawsuits, pharmaceutical, products liability and catastrophic injury litigation, insurance coverage, and insurance bad faith claims.
Samuel H. Simon - Practice Chair
As co-chair of Houston Harbaugh’s Litigation Group, Sam focuses his practice on commercial/business litigation. Sam regularly represents clients in the construction, manufacturing, oil and gas, and wholesale/retail/ distribution industries, as well as individuals in matters such as:
- Construction litigation
- Environmental litigation
- Breach of contract disputes
- Oil and gas litigation
- Restrictive covenants (non-compete agreements)
- Civil rights
- Collections/creditors’ rights
- Lease disputes