Whether they were gaining or losing groups of lawyers, undergoing leadership transitions, splitting up or merging, midsized firms across Pennsylvania experienced a number of significant changes in 20
...Originally Published April 1, 2013 Pittsburgh-based Thorp Reed & Armstrong and Detroit-based Clark Hill have signed a merger agreement...
While there is currently debate over whether the rise of the natural gas industry in Pennsylvania has created as many jobs as some had originally projected, there is little disagreement among attorne
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
As traditional summer associate programs are cut back year after year, it is harder than ever to score a coveted summer position. But you've done it. You have a legal job for the summer. Finals are o
Before the 34th annual Philadelphia Bar Association 5K Charity Run, held on May 19, it had been raining all morning and started to pour at approximately 8 a.m., 30 minutes before the race was schedul
...was announced, and after Michael H. Wojcik, senior counsel with Thorp Reed & Armstrong and who served as county solicitor under former chief executives...
...Ewing added four Employee Retirement Income Security Act attorneys from Thorp Reed & Armstrong to its business and finance department. Sarah Lockwood...
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
In a suit filed by SightSound Technologies, a General Electric-owned company, alleging patent infringement by Apple, a federal judge in the Western District of Pennsylvania clamped down on what evide
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