A Philadelphia judge has tossed a corporation's legal malpractice claims against its former attorneys, finding that it suffered no actual loss from a judgment related to a contract dispute because a
As a general rule, attorney professional liability policies in Pennsylvania are "claims made" policies. This means a claim must be made during the policy period or the extended reporting period (ERP)
An attorney has failed to show a link between his inability to collect from ex-clients $768,000 in unpaid legal fees and a separate suit filed by three law firms on behalf of those clients
Pennsylvania has long been known as a jurisdiction where wrongful use of civil proceedings is used as a sword, not just as a shield
A malpractice case against several attorneys and their firms has been tossed after the state Superior Court determined that the case dealt with legal malpractice, not wrongful use of civil proceeding
...A Philadelphia judge has ordered attorney Thomas F. Reilly to provide Swartz Campbell with a list of contingency-fee and other cases he took...
A Lackawanna County judge has released the employer of a man who was crushed under a 1,000-pound slab of concrete from a lawsuit the employee filed, ruling that the indemnity provision between the em
It was supposed to be a typical Pennsylvania judicial retention vote. Maybe a few cries from concerned citizens over allegedly questionable rulings. Maybe a couple editorials railing against improper
Pittsburgh-based Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote has opened a Cleveland office with three litigators from Cleveland-based Gallagher Sharp, including the firm's former products liability practice group cha
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