The last installment in this series addresses whether a client can claim payments on its behalf by a liability insurer as its malpractice damages. It also addresses certain hypothetical issues posed
The environmental laws are full of provisions that could turn into large sources of liability but never do. One of those sleeping liabilities may have stirred last month. Pennsylvania Department of E
Every human being makes mistakes. Because our profession (especially with regard to civil litigation) demands pinpoint accuracy at all times, it is inevitable that errors will often occu
In today's economy, intellectual property rights affect virtually every facet of business. The trend toward vigorous enforcement of those rights has resulted in a near common practice to pre-emptivel
AdditionLalena J. Turchi has joined Billet & Associates as an associate in its insurance coverage and general civil litigation practice. She previously worked for Kent & McBride
PromotedReed Smith promoted 25 associates to partner, including two in its Pittsburgh offices, one in Philadelphia and one in Princeton, N.J
...Misrepresentation and Delay • DamagesGrigos v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyds, London, PICS Case No. 10-3684 (C.P. Philadelphia Dec. 15, 2010...
The following is a list of the 100 largest law firms in Pennsylvania as reported in the 2010 edition of PaLAW magazine
The long wait for the onset of Alternative Business Structures is almost over. Just 12 months remain until the third and final stage of the Legal Services Act comes into force, permitting U.K. law fi
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