On June 19, 2013, William E. Buchko of Beaver County was disbarred retroactive to August 2, 2011. On November 8, 2010, Mr. Buchko entered a . . .
The issue of cloud computing, the storing and sharing of data on/with remote servers, has been a hot topic in attorney ethics circles recently. The . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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. . . .
The Supreme Court has removed Judge Michael J. Sullivan, the administrative judge for Philadelphia’s traffic court, amid an FBI probe into allegations of ticket fixing. . . .
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 been following the saga of former Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania attorney Roosevelt Hairston with interest. We have written previously about the obvious ethical . . .