We have previously blawged about the number of legal malpractice claims rising. The most recent numbers from insurance broker Ames & Gough, as reported in . . .Read More..
On May 30, 2012, the New Jersey district court found that a waiver of privilege had occurred after defense counsel inadvertently disclosed privileged documents in . . .Read More..
Last month, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young filed a declaratory action in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, to put an “end to ongoing and baseless . . .Read More..
In memory of the late Richard Dawson, we present a compilation of lists of legal malpractice errors. Most, like the American Bar Association’s, have calendaring issues as . . .Read More..
Former State Senator Jane Orie was sentenced today to a prisons sentence of 2 and 1/2 to 10 years on corruption charges. Legal experts had been . . .Read More..
In a unanimous decision last Thursday, the New York Court of appeals ruled that a plaintiff suing his former defense attorney for legal malpractice, cannot . . .Read More..
Last year, in Passarelo v. Grumbine, a three judge panel of the Superior Court retroactively applied the 2009 ruling in Pringle v. Rapaport, which banned the . . .Read More..
United States District Judge William W. Caldwell of the Middle District of Pennsylvania issued a 31 page memorandum and order in Kohn et al v. . . .Read More..
As more lawyers use social media (such as this blog) to promote themselves, or their clients’ interests, greater attention is being paid to the potential . . .Read More..
The website Overstock.com has been engaged in battle with a number of Wall Street entities. Among the most contentious of these battles has been Overstock.com . . .Read More..