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...to collect on about $4 million in unpaid legal fees from the Herrons for litigation work the firm did on a deferred-payment basis. The...
Elliott Greenleaf wants to hold a third deposition of Stevens & Lee President Ernie Choquette after he failed to answer to its satisfaction last week why he fired a former Elliott Greenleaf partner m
Stevens & Lee has to search every computer and backup tape in its possession by Friday afternoon to ensure none of the computers have Elliott Greenleaf information on them, a federal judge ruled
Stevens & Lee appears to have heeded strong urging by a federal judge that it hire outside counsel to represent it in a lawsuit by Elliott Greenleaf involving Stevens & Lee's hire of a former Elliott
U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Savage of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania granted Stevens & Lee's motion to withdraw as counsel for a recently terminated partner, but as a consequence the firm ma
Stevens & Lee has "terminated its relationship" with William Balaban, the former head of Elliott Greenleaf's Harrisburg office who was sued by his old firm when he joined Stevens & Lee in February
...sales in Pennsylvania and direct the work to Stevens & Lee. The Herrons, through their company Municipal Revenue Services, were some of those alleged clients...
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