The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit recently upheld an injunction freezing most of an attorney’s assets in order to . . .
Professional liability defense is not limited to the legal “arena” or the “courts” of law. With the NBA and NHL playoffs in full swing, there . . .
Jeff McCarron and Danielle Graham of the Professional Liability group recently obtained a favorable result for a client in a legal malpractice action the Court of Common Pleas . . .
Michael Wolf, a Montgomery County attorney, has been charged as part of a large insurance fraud scheme, in which a police officer would refer automobile accident victims . . .
Employers in Philadelphia are now prohibited from requiring job applicants to disclose their criminal backgrounds until after the first employment interview. Signed into law today, . . .
In these tight financial times, insurance companies continue to look for ways to recoup their losses. Legal malpractice claims based upon equitable subrogation or assignments . . .
Pennsylvania has long had a system of joint and several liability which is not favorable to defendants. Under the joint and several liability system in . . .
The household exclusion in auto policies continues to be challenged by the plaintiff’s Bar. Oral argument was conducted before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on . . .
In Pennsylvania, mandatory arbitration of UM and UIM claims was eliminated by the Koken decision. Following the Koken decision, most insurers eliminated mandatory arbitration clauses . . .
There has been a longstanding debate over an ambiguity in Pennsylvania’s Wrongful Use of Civil Proceedings Statute, 42 Pa.C.S.A. § 8351. Section 8351 provides: (a) A . . .