...honorary consul of France in Philadelphia and Wilmington and counsel to McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, was the guest speaker at a naturalization...
Pope Benedict XVI's stunning announcement Monday that he plans to resign after almost eight years as pontiff brought renewed attention to the sex abuse litigation and related legal maneuverings that
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
A seafood restaurant guest injured by flying shards of glass from a dropped plate need not prove waiter negligence in order to recover damages, a federal judge ruled Tuesday
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners has announced the results of the bar examination given on July 24 and 25, 2012. Of the 2,077 applicants who took the exam, 1,606 passed (the overall pass rate
Federal judges are looking to the New Jersey Supreme Court for help in deciding the scope of the state's Affidavit of Merit Statute
One can't be sued for allegedly helping to cause an accident by texting a driver, a New Jersey judge held May 25 in a widely watched case
A husband and wife injured by a texting teenaged driver are trying to break new legal ground by suing the person with whom he was exchanging messages right before the crash
...sound public policy." Peirano, of Morristown, N.J.'s McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, defended the board's practice of sequencing....
...or they may say, 'We really don't care,'" said Lisa McElroy, who teaches a Supreme Court seminar at Drexel University Earle Mack School...
Joseph Guido won a landmark New Jersey Supreme Court ruling that allowed him to sue his former lawyers at Duane Morris for allegedly failing to warn him off a settlement that rendered near worthless
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