Without precise cost projections and constant communication with clients, law firms can find themselves in a stand-off after the legal work is done.
- For Medical Cannabis Lawyers, It's Crunch Time
- Attorney Drug Ads Draw Criticism, But Little Action After House Hearing
- Pfizer Wins Immediate Appeal Over Unsettled Whistleblower Questions
- 'Wild Thing' Mitch Williams Secures $1.5M Verdict in Case Over Firing From MLB Network
- Doctors Must Obtain Informed Consent Themselves, Justices Rule
- Philadelphia, With Help From Big Law, Responds to DOJ Over Sanctuary Status
A recent Commonwealth Court decision rejecting a bid to secure insurance reimbursement rates put up a roadblock for lawyers seeking the information, but will not prevent discovery through subpoenas on a case-by-case basis according to attorneys.
A three-judge panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court has refused to disturb a $20 million verdict against developer Pulte Homes of PA for breaching an agreement to build a residential community around a Chester County golf course.
Learn what makes these firms and legal teams stand out in the 2017 Legal and Litigation Departments of the Year magazine.
Welcome to the 2017 Professional Excellence supplement. This year we honored three notable attorneys, one attorney for lifetime achievement, Distinguished Leaders and Lawyers on the Fast Track.