Courts throughout the nation recognize that "the era of the locally owned, 'mom and pop' nursing facility is gone. Increasingly, private investment groups own large chains of nursing homes
...state Supreme Court last week. Bruce Bellingham of Spector Gadon & Rosen said his client Philadelphia Transload & Logistics, which acquired the...
Halmon L. Banks III, a partner at the workers' compensation boutique formerly known as Martin Banks, has filed a suit claiming the other partners at the firm have taken steps to drive him out of the
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
Part I of this series set forth the peculiar circumstance in which a Philadelphia law firm was sued for malpractice allegedly committed in its successful defense of its client in a case that went to
Can a party that claims it was "forced" by its attorney's negligence to settle a case during trial for $5 million seek to recover its loss in a malpractice action when it won a zero-damages verdict w
The Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel is hosting a luncheon CLE program at noon January 15 at the Philadelphia Racquet Club
Just days before its January 3 trial start date, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius was successful in getting a legal malpractice case against it over an allegedly-botched real estate finance deal tossed on sum
...Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin to join Philadelphia-based Spector Gadon & Rosen as chair of its new energy and environmental practice....
...Philadelphia-based Spector Gadon & Rosen has started an energy and environmental practice group with the...
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