We have received considerable response to our initial foray into an analysis of the evidentiary value of social networking. Plaintiffs may present one face to . . .Read More..
A little bit of Latin makes people think you are smarter than you really are. Maybe that is why judges, lawyers, professors and US Currency . . .Read More..
The Pennsylvania Legislature has now passed SB 1131, the Fair Share Act. This bill reforms joint and several liability in Pennsylvania. The hallmarks of the . . .Read More..
The Fair Share Bill, the reform of joint and several liability in Pennsylvania, is close to enactment. The Pennsylvania House passed HB1, eliminating the 1 percent rule . . .Read More..
In Pennsylvania, the adjudication of uninsured and underinsured motorist claims has undergone substantial change. Previously, all uninsured and underinsured motorist disputes were litigated in mandatory . . .Read More..
Pennsylvania currently employs joint and several concepts with respect to contribution among joint tortfeasors. As a result, a defendant found to be one percent negligent . . .Read More..
A case which has caught the attention of the plaintiff’s bar is Silver v. Thompson, 2001 PA Super 114 ( 5/27/2011), in which Amicus briefs . . .Read More..
The internet and social media websites have invited the real time disclosures of even the most intimate details of a user’s life. Frequently, success in . . .Read More..
In post-Koken auto cases, questions exist regarding joinder of tort and UIM claims, as well as the appropriate venue for the litigation of such matters. . . .Read More..
In Post-Koken cases, questions arise regarding: (1) the consolidation of tort and UIM claims; and (2) the venue for UIM actions. In Bingham v. Poswistilo, . . .Read More..