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 . . .
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 . . .
Here is a nice chart showing the top types of errors made by attorneys in Philadelphia (Thanks to Westport/SwissRe for the chart): Top Types of . . .
There are several “key” cases in Pennsylvania legal malpractice cases, but none are more important than Kituskie v. Corbman, 552 Pa. 275, 714 A.2d 1027, . . .
One of the best legal malpractice avoidance techniques is quickly addressing a problem when it arises. There are very few problems that are irresolvable if they . . .
It looks like a legal malpractice action against Spector Gadon & Rosen and one of its attorneys may go back for a second round of litigation. . . .
One of the best ways for attorneys to stay out of trouble with judges (which never hurts when looking to avoid malpractice) is to know . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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, . . .