Swartz Campbell partner, Josh J.T. Byrne, Esquire, published an article in the Legal Intelligencer on the importance of good engagement letters.Read More..
We have said it again, and again, and again, but apparently even a (the) justice(s) on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court do not understand. TREAT EVERYTHING . . .Read More..
Insurance broker Ames & Gough has released its fourth annual survey of lawyers’ professional liability claims. The insurance companies reported the number of claims has . . .Read More..
In the case of Sokolsky v. Eidelman, 2014 PA Super 117, Janice Sokolsky asserted attorney Edward Eidelman did not pursue a medical malpractice action on her . . .Read More..
On October 22, 2013, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ordered the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct be amended effective in 30 days. The order adopted . . .Read More..
Retired Bucks County attorney, Randolph Scott (no not that Randolph Scott), has been indicted on tax and identity theft charges. The indictment charges Scott with . . .Read More..
For years, Robert Peirce & Associates brought thousands of asbestos claims against CSX Transportation, Inc. Then, CSX turned the tables. Beginning in 2005, CSX alleged . . .Read More..
The Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Philadelphia Bar Association have recently endorsed CNA as a professional liability insurance carrier. CNA offers some useful legal malpractice . . .Read More..
We have previously written several posts about legal malpractice avoidance and best practices for lawyers. Here is another nice concise “checklist” of legal malpractice avoidance . . .Read More..
As we have previously written, calendaring issues are the number one cause of legal malpractice actions, and good calendaring habits are the single most effective malpractice . . .Read More..