In Zimmerman v. Weis Markets, Judge Saylor of the Northumberland County Court of Common Pleas ordered plaintiff to reveal passwords to his MySpace and Facebook accounts. . . .
An interesting article in the Philadelphia Inquirer finds that nearly one third of the death penalty convictions in Pennsylvania have been reversed or sent back . . .
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, . . .
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, . . .
Malpractice litigation has a funky new participant. Parliament Funkadelic star George Clinton has sued his former attorneys for allegedly failing to bring a RICO action on . . .
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 . . .
We recently told you about the continuing good news concerning the numbers of medical malpractice actions in Pennsylvania. The news with respect to legal malpractice . . .
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law the Fair Share Act, a tort reform bill. S.B. 1131 makes significant changes to Pennsylvania’s joint and several . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .