...damages were speculative." James R. Schadel of Weinheimer, Schadel & Haber in Pittsburgh represented Pietragallo Gordon. Maurice A. Nernberg Jr. of...
New York-based Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler is seeking to remove a trade secrets case filed against it from state court in Pittsburgh to federal court in the Western District of Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh-based Tucker Arensberg has successfully defeated a legal malpractice claim by the former owner of a seed research and marketing company who claimed the firm had advised him that he could s
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has thrown out two lawsuits against four personal injury attorneys through the rarely invoked legal avenue of champerty
The state Superior Court has reversed an Allegheny County trial court's judgment of non pros in a professional negligence case against a Carnegie, Pa.-based law firm
The certificate of merit rule gives a medical malpractice defendant who has been dismissed a window to file a post-judgment motion for sanctions against the plaintiff's attorney beyond the customary
If Pennsylvania lawyers practicing in the area of professional negligence have learned one thing about certificates of merit, it is this: 60 days means 60 days
...lawyers to have a certain amount of coverage." James R. Schadel, the chairman of the PBA's Professional Liability Committee, said the committee...
...attention.James R. SchadelWeinheimer Schadel & HaberPittsburgh...
...the court's general rule on professional liability actions," said James R. Schadel, chairman of the PBA's Professional Liability Committee, which sponsored the resolution...
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