Pennsylvania law firm leaders are cautiously optimistic as they work through collections season, in slightly better shape than the overall industry.
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In its upcoming oral argument session, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to consider cases that could have wide-ranging effects on the viability of the franchise model across the state, as well as on the liability attorneys can face for filing allegedly frivolous lawsuits.
A nonprofit corporation's actions are authorized if they are not clearly unrelated to its purpose, or prohibited by law, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said in a decision allowing the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police's benefits administrator to spend money endorsing a candidate for the union's president.
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