The Legal Intelligencer
...D. Blumenfeld of Tactix Real Estate Advisors in Philadelphia told The Legal for its "Thinking Small" series on firms revamping their...
Consumer finance lawyers have spent the last year helping their clients adjust to sweeping regulatory changes to the residential mortgage industry that are set to go into effect in January, and last
...on his Pennsylvania civil litigation blog titled "Tort Talk as a Legal Research Tool," along with...
...Security disability standards. But most of these low-income clients urgently need legal assistance to help them apply for benefits. With a short investment of...
I have heard it said that there are only four good answers a witness can give in a deposition: "Yes," "No," "I don't know," and "I don't remember." I wholeheartedly disagree with this strategy
In a boxing match, at the end of each round the boxers return to their corners for one minute. In that time, their corner man, a trainer, goes over the past round and gives advice of what is wrong, h
In previous articles, I have referred to the new post-Koken era of Pennsylvania motor vehicle accident litigation as "Hurricane Koken" given its stormy and meandering path
State Rep. Brian Sims, D-Philadelphia, announced his intention to introduce legislation this term that would effectively ban all gay-reparative or conversion therapies in the state of Pennsylvania. C
Instead of focusing on only a single subject, this month's column reviews a series of recent developments likely to be of interest to appellate practitioners
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