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/ 20.Oct, 2011

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 . . .

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/ 02.Sep, 2011

The website published an amusing article today about Delaware attorneys being reminded of their duty to be civilized.  The Judge is not the first . . .

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Gaming the System

/ 24.Aug, 2011

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, . . .

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Be Careful What You Promise

/ 19.Aug, 2011

Managing client expectations is one of the foremost weapons in an attorney’s malpractice avoidance arsenal.  Clients who know what is coming are much less likely . . .

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Twenty-Eight Years

/ 11.Aug, 2011

Former Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas Judge, Mark A. Ciavarella, Jr., was sentenced this morning to 28 years imprisonment in the now infamous “cash . . .

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Beg, borrow, steal?

/ 01.Aug, 2011

We have written before on the dangers of “easy money” for lawyers.  This morning’s paper brings news of another lawyer facing fraud charges for accepting . . .

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/ 13.Jul, 2011

As expected, former Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia attorney Roosevelt Hairston, has pled guilty to stealing $1.7 million dollars from that institution.  For further information on . . .

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2011 Discipline Review

/ 13.Jul, 2011

With a little more than half of the year gone, it is a good time to take a look at why lawyers have been receiving . . .

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Judged Guilty

/ 24.Jun, 2011

Former Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Bernard Snyder has an interesting history.  He actually made history as the first sitting judge in Philadelphia history . . .

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Who and what are you responsible for?

/ 22.Jun, 2011

Bonnie Sweeten, the infamous “hoax mom,” is back in the news following her guilty plea to a count of wire fraud and a count of . . .

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