Bonnie Sweeten, the “hoax mom” paralegal who is a poster child for the axiom that an attorney needs to know what is going on in his or . . .
We have previously written about attorney Michael Kwasnik’s legal troubles. Mr. Kwasnik is facing charges that he stole over $1 million from clients. The total amount . . .
The Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has published its year end statistics. Discipline last year included: 55 Informal Admonitions 16 Private Reprimands . . .
Arguing over whether Bonnie Sweeten stole $900,000 or $1,000,000 took all day, so sentencing will have to wait. Of particular note to our readers was . . .
We have previously written about Bonnie Sweeten, not because of her sensationalist faked kidnapping, but because of what her case means for professional malpractice avoidance. . . .
We have blogged before about lawyers and Ponzi schemes. The New Jersey State Supreme Court on Wednesday suspended the license of attorney Michael Kwasnik who . . .
We have previously blogged about some of the good resources that are available from various professional liability insurers. Recently Swiss Re (Westport Insurance) created a . . .
We have been following the saga of former Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania attorney Roosevelt Hairston with interest. We have written previously about the obvious ethical . . .
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 . . .