Joshua D. Rogaczewski

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  Joshua David Rogaczewski focuses his practice on complex civil litigation in a variety of substantive areas, including retirement-benefit disputes under ERISA and the Labor–Management Relations Act of 1947; employment discrimination litigation under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; challenges to program accessibility under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; trademark disputes; patent infringement disputes, including those before the US International Trade Commission; challenges to government action under the Administrative Procedures Act in Medicare reimbursement and other areas; and False Claims Act litigation. Read Joshua Rogaczewski's full bio.

December 2016 Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure: Electronic Service and Word Counts

By on Dec 1, 2016
Posted In Appellate Courts, Court Procedure Matters, Trial Courts, Uncategorized

December 1 is an important day for federal litigators and for tax practitioners with cases pending in federal district and appellate courts. It brings with it changes to the rules governing their day-to-day practices. This year, those changes are few and simple but important. First, electronic service no longer entitles litigants to three extra days to...

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Tax Case Sparks Shareholder Derivative Suit

By on Jul 28, 2016
Posted In Court Procedure Matters, Trial Courts, Uncategorized

A company never litigates in a vacuum: statements in pleadings or court papers and testimony by company officials can be used against the company in parallel or subsequent proceedings, even unrelated cases. Eaton Corporation PLC was sued recently for alleged violations of federal securities laws because one of its officers made an admission on an...

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