Jeff McCarron and Danielle Graham of the Professional Liability group recently obtained a favorable result for a client in a legal malpractice action the Court of Common Pleas . . .Read More..
In these tight financial times, insurance companies continue to look for ways to recoup their losses. Legal malpractice claims based upon equitable subrogation or assignments . . .Read More..
There has been a longstanding debate over an ambiguity in Pennsylvania’s Wrongful Use of Civil Proceedings Statute, 42 Pa.C.S.A. § 8351. Section 8351 provides: (a) A . . .Read More..
Lawyers receive lots of information from their clients. Some lawyers receive more valuable information in client communications than others. A simple rule of malpractice avoidance is to . . .Read More..
The New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, has added a new wrinkle to its evolving case law on the importance of innocence in a legal . . .Read More..
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has just quashed an appeal of an $18,489,221.60 (and counting) verdict entered against Safeway, Inc., as the successor of Genuardi’s Family Markets, . . .Read More..
When is an Action Terminated For Purposes of the Dragonetti Act For lawyers in Pennsylvania, the Dragonetti Act (the codification of the common law . . .Read More..
On October 7, 2010, Jeff McCarron and Josh Byrne of the professional liability department received a directed verdict entered in favor of their client following . . .Read More..
Josh J.T. Byrne, Esquire By now all Pennsylvania attorneys should be aware of the certificate of merit requirement in any action based upon an allegation . . .Read More..