Jerry Lehocky, president-elect of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and of Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano, presented the PAJ's Murray S. Love Award to Temple University's Beasley School of Law st
...an attorney with lien administrator Garretson Resolution Group, headquartered in Cincinnati and Charlotte, N.C. The Supreme Court's order is also important...
Pittsburgh-based Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote has opened a Cleveland office with three litigators from Cleveland-based Gallagher Sharp, including the firm's former products liability practice group cha
...certified U.S. mail to defendant's mother's address in Port Charlotte, Fla. Defendant's mother signed the certified mail receipt and plaintiff filed...
Paul is a brilliant, tech-savvy junior partner nearing the end of his 12-hour day. He responds to dozens of emails from a midtown cab, finalizes a settlement agreement at the corner Starbucks, and re
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...experiences or other substantive legal work while in school. The Charlotte School of Law has launched its own pilot program offering $10,000...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Articles abound about what law firms should do to successfully integrate lateral partners checklists for best practices, descriptions of integration programs, war stories of integrations gone
One might be hard-pressed not to find a Pennsylvania lawyer on a US Airways flight in the state, one of the main modes of transportation for attorneys shuffling between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
This summer, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania adopted Rules 3771 through 3784 (Chapter 367) of the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure, effective July 30, 2012. Some of the rules reflect
From DOMA to Dropbox to discrimination, 2012 seemed to be the year of law firms being roped into lawsuits rather than filing them on behalf of clients
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