In between office parties, family gatherings and other end-of-the-year festivities that pack the holiday season, I try to devote a certain amount of time to reflection
Stormwater is a significant contributor to water pollution across the United States. This is because stormwater is an inherently polluted substance, which invariably collects debris, pesticides and o
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
I practice in a county where there are part-time masters and conciliators in family court. Sometimes, while having cases before the master or conciliator, I am also litigating against that person in
...decades.For example, NASA's need to standardize its own far-fling universe of websites launched new cloud computing technology. Working with Texas-based...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
Companies can use social media like Facebook and Twitter to disclose important business information, but they need to make sure in advance that investors know where to look, the U.S. Securities and E
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...an atomic bomb exploding in the middle of the clients universe. Different people experience different levels of harm; but, in essence, their entire...
The state Supreme Court heard arguments in Philadelphia in a case over whether state law provides a cause of action to taxpayers who sued a law firm for the administrative costs they paid the firm fo
This is the second in a series of articles that will address cross-examining defense biomechanical experts and the field of biomechanics generally
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