After about 13 years at Pittsburgh-based Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott and a little over a year-and-a-half as chair of its board of directors, member Heidi B. Hamman Shakely has retired, the firm a
Pennsylvania firms have frequently been the subjects of law firm mergers in one of the most active quarters for merger activity the industry has seen since the beginning of 2009, according to a repor
... Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott and Sterns & Weinroth are combining their practices, effective April 1. The...
...Mellott has announced that it has acquired Trenton, N.J.-based Sterns & Weinroth. The merger, which is scheduled to take effect April...
An Atlantic City, N.J., lawyer has just learned the hard way that a client's seeming nonchalance over dismissal of her case due to the lawyer's error doesn't make for a license to conceal it from the
...Lady of Beachwood, Ohio, and retailers represented by Christopher Torkelson of Sterns & Weinroth in Princeton, N.J., and Rader Fishman & Grauer of Bloomfield...
A New Jersey appeals court on Tuesday reinstated a claim that 630-lawyer Drinker Biddle & Reath committed malpractice that forced a litigation client to make a bad settlement and lose hundreds of tho
...espouse legal opinions." NAF's lawyer, Mark Schorr of Sterns & Weinroth, said that prior to that opinion, nurses were getting "a full...
In the term about to open, the New Jersey state Supreme Court will address the never-ending question of how seriously an automobile-accident victim must be injured to vault the verbal threshold
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