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...of counsel Don E. Felice have left to join Newark-based McCarter & English's Philadelphia office. Those six years have seen...
...Anne Corsell and Don E. Felice joined McCarter & English's Philadelphia office. Corsell joined as partner...
...m. at the Atrium, 1735 Market St. Magna Legal Services and McCarter & English are sponsoring this event. Confirm your attendance ASAP.&bull...
Everyone's got a "Hallmark holiday," right? Even paralegals? I'll never forget The Philadelphia Association of Paralegals' 2010 postcard for Paralegal Week. Picture the bomb technician from The Hurt
WASHINGTON (AP) - Jon Corzine once saw a boutique brokerage called MF Global as his best hope to rescale the heights of Wall Street he'd once occupied as head of Goldman Sachs
• Today, the member services committee meeting is set for 12:30 p.m. at Berner Klaw & Watson, 1528 Walnut St., Suite 1100. Contact committee chair Christine Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org to get i
...can agree on: McAleese, who recently joined the Philadelphia office of McCarter & English after 24 years at Morgan Lewis, is married to Jennifer McAleese...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...firm's website. He is now in the Philadelphia office of McCarter & English. A call to him at his office was not immediately returned...
The vacancy on the state Supreme Court with Justice Joan Orie Melvin's pending resignation may become an even more acute issue after the high court decided Tuesday to hear a case that could decide th
An insurer of the charity started by convicted serial child molester Jerry Sandusky does not have to cover the former Penn State assistant football coach's legal bills, a federal judge has ruled
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