In the ongoing tussle between Philadelphia personal injury firms Larry Pitt & Associates and Lundy Law, the former has responded to the latter's motion to dismiss, arguing that the question of whethe
Philadelphia-based personal injury firm Lundy Law and its principal, L. Leonard Lundy, have filed a motion to dismiss rival firm Larry Pitt & Associates' amended complaint, which alleged that Lundy h
Philadelphia-based injury firm Larry Pitt & Associates has filed an amended complaint in federal court against Lundy Law and its principal, L. Leonard Lundy, alleging Lundy's daughter works for the a
...and requesting reimbursement for an additional $50,000 in restaurant gift cards, sporting event tickets, and meals, including some that he enjoyed at his country...
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
A federal appeals court has upheld the case-fixing convictions of an Allegheny County district justice, his tipstaff, and a court supervisor who sometimes granted requests to rig cases for guilty ver
...was unable to secure a contract with Comcast SportsNet to advertise during sporting events because Lundy Law's contract precluded the company from entering into...
... The Philadelphia Daily News reported Tuesday the Corbetts disclosed...
Finding a lateral associate with the qualities and qualifications desired by the firm is only half of the battle. The other, and often equally daunting half, is helping the lateral transition into th
...have no real hunting or sporting purpose. But it's an...1994. The Buffalo News first reported the chance of...
...million, which he used to make loans and investments, but also on sporting events, strip clubs, meals at restaurants and the purchase of businesses for...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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