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As members of the legal community continue to strive to provide the best possible value and service to their clients, solo practitioners and international law firms alike have recently begun turning
...Harvey Branzburg as an associate in the real estate and...law offices of Anapol Schwartz. Harris focuses...
Every day we read in our local newspapers or watch local TV news about another high school, college or NFL football player getting knocked out or taken off the field on a stretcher or, worse yet, dyi
...place for a new associate to cut their teeth." Lawrence R. Cohan, an attorney at Anapol Schwartz and president-elect of...
The mandatory arbitration clause: a term that sends chills down the backs of many plaintiff nursing home attorneys. If you handle nursing home cases you have surely been faced with mandatory arbitrat
Cases these days seem to involve more paper than ever. While detailed documentation may generally be a good thing, it has also resulted in an additional seat at the deposition table just for all the
Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
...in November 2010, while he was working as a senior associate at Anapol Schwartz, the firm required all attorneys to join Facebook and to...
...Counsel: Michael C. Schwartz and Jonathan J. James, James, Schwartz & Associates, Philadelphia. Defense Counsel: Frank J. Lavery Jr...
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