Matthew Francis Henry, a former Cozen O’Connor associate, has been suspended from practicing for 30 months by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for extravagant false billings . . .
The Guardian published an interesting article on legal ethics and the difficulty in getting lawyers to do what is “right.” -Josh J.T. Byrne, Esquire (H.T.- B.C.B.)
It is no secret that our population is aging. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, persons 65 years or older numbered 39.6 . . .
We have previously discussed the frequent involvement of lawyers in Ponzi schemes. A 77-year-old Pennsylvania lawyer is now facing federal counts for allegations of a Ponzi . . .
The Lima, Pennsylvania firm of Phillips Campbell & Phillips, has been sued in Ft. Worth, Texas, for legal malpractice by the Professional Association of Golf . . .
Last month, Pennsylvania attorney Lawrence Rubin was suspended for practicing for one year for failure to act promptly when faced with suspicious behavior relating to . . .
Another in our series of malpractice avoidance Quick Tips: 1. Be careful what you write and what you say Treat all e-mails as if they . . .
The headlines leave no doubt that the government is taking an aggressive stand on health care fraud. This week, the papers reported two multi-million dollar health care . . .
Two recent cases illustrate one of the central problems with legal malpractice cases, they frequently just will not end. In the case of In re: . . .
We have previously remarked that nearly every Ponzi scheme seems to have a lawyers involved on one level or another. This view was reaffirmed this . . .