...a brick-and-mortar Blockbuster store. It marks the end of an era of a business model that lasted for decades and seemed untouchable. However...
... In previous articles, I have referred to the new post-Koken era of Pennsylvania motor vehicle accident litigation as "Hurricane Koken" given...
...is increased. These partners might not be shown the door in an era where capturing revenue is key, but the firms won’t block...
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that the board overseeing Philadelphia's Girard College is immune from real estate taxes because it is a state agency
The first part of this series covered the challenges presented by Employee Retirement Income Security Act disability cases. This part includes tips for plaintiffs lawyers in representing ERISA disabi
This is an ambitious title for this month's column. I normally espouse that there are very few things that one can say with 100 percent certitude, but will acknowledge an exception here, as I'm sure
General Electric Co. didn't mince words in its most recent proxy statement. Summing up general counsel Brackett Denniston III's performance, it says: "Mr. Denniston had a strong year in 2012.
In a year when response to Legal affiliate The American Lawyer's Summer Associates and Midlevel Associates satisfaction surveys was overwhelmingly positive, several Pennsylvania firms fell in the ran
Longtime Reed Smith global managing partner Gregory B. Jordan is leaving the firm to serve as general counsel of PNC Financial Services Group, the firm announced Thursday
...would want to promote the most effective adverse representation (especially in the era of DNA exonerations and headlines of prosecutorial misconduct). Moreover, it would seem...
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