We have written before about the interesting ways e-mail scammers have been targeting lawyers. In my e-mail bin this morning was the following scam e-mail from . . .
While not relevant to most attorneys in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the recent controversial immigration law in Alabama raises a very interesting question regarding the . . .
In Zimmerman v. Weis Markets, Judge Saylor of the Northumberland County Court of Common Pleas ordered plaintiff to reveal passwords to his MySpace and Facebook accounts. . . .
An interesting article in the Philadelphia Inquirer finds that nearly one third of the death penalty convictions in Pennsylvania have been reversed or sent back . . .
Know what’s happening in your office A filing is not filed until you see the stamp or electronic confirmation I gave it to the paralegal/secretary . . .
Here is a nice chart showing the top types of errors made by attorneys in Philadelphia (Thanks to Westport/SwissRe for the chart): Top Types of . . .
Doctors regularly face the most severe consequence in malpractice situations. A doctor’s malpractice can kill a patient. For most lawyers, the consequences of legal malpractice . . .
There are several “key” cases in Pennsylvania legal malpractice cases, but none are more important than Kituskie v. Corbman, 552 Pa. 275, 714 A.2d 1027, . . .
The Philly.com website published an amusing article today about Delaware attorneys being reminded of their duty to be civilized. The Judge is not the first . . .
Many legal malpractice actions arise out of underlying problems attorneys have that are unrelated to the legal matters they are handling. According to various studies, . . .