...comment. Counsel for the plaintiffs, Kenneth J. Zoldan of Zoldan Associates in Philadelphia, also declined to comment on the settlement. ...
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has granted Duane Morris' appeal of a malpractice case involving the question of whether legal malpractice damages in civil cases are limited to the fees paid to an att
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled the limitation on legal malpractice damages to the fees paid to an attorney only applies in criminal cases, not civil
Business owners who sued Duane Morris for malpractice over the representation of the sale of their business could not recover any damages because they were limited to recovery of attorney fees and ha
The opening days of 2009 have been tough for members of the Philadelphia bench, with a Traffic Court judge reprimanded for soliciting campaign donations, a Municipal Court judge suspended for three m
It has been a tough week for members of the Philadelphia bench, with a Traffic Court judge reprimanded for soliciting campaign donations, a Municipal Court judge suspended for three months for issuin
A Philadelphia Municipal Court judge violated the Pennsylvania Constitution and judicial conduct rules by issuing a stay-away order at the request of an acquaintance in violation of the due process r
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