Maryland-based Offit Kurman has added labor and employment attorneys Neil A. Morris and Richard R. Morris to its Philadelphia office from Haddonfield, N.J.-based Archer & Greiner
...highest judicial and personal conduct standards. It also establishes a basis for disciplinary agencies to regulate judges' conduct." In an interview...
...several target companies.On Jan. 18, 2011, petitioner Office of Disciplinary Counsel (ODC) and respondent filed with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania a...
The city of Philadelphia has named the lawyer to whom a contract is set to be awarded for the creation of a for-profit firm to represent indigent defendants in criminal cases where the Public Defende
...criminal proceedings, has since been extended to civil, administrative and even attorney disciplinary proceedings. While the Supreme Court had stated that the state...
...acted very unethically. I wish to report this to the Office of Disciplinary Counsel. The client objects. What are my obligations? Normally...
Here are the 10 most-read stories we published this year, with links and a brief passage from each, beginning with an impassioned essay from our Young Lawyer Editorial Board
It is amazing how frequently lawyers lament about technology. They complain, generally irrationally, that they can't learn how to use technology, that technology is expensive to acquire, or that they
Litigation hold letters sent to a defendant company's business associates are protected by judicial privilege from that company's claims of defamation and tortious interference, the Pennsylvania Supe
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