Law Firm 3.0: Information Changing Law Firm Models

Editor's note: This is the first installment of a series examining the shift in law firm business models and the issues law firms must address to remain competitive in a new age of providing legal services.

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  • Personnel Changes Won't Disrupt PSU Officials' Prosecutions

    By Max Mitchell

    A few behind-the-scenes changes in the criminal cases against the three former Penn State administrators accused of covering up the crimes of convicted serial child molester Jerry Sandusky will not likely disrupt the prosecution or delay the cases, several court watchers told the Law Weekly.

  • Defendant Must Receive Reservation of Rights Notice

    By Lizzy McLellan

    The adult daughter of two insureds was entitled to her own notice of the insurer's reservation of the right to disclaim liability, the Superior Court has ruled.

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Special Reports

  • Intellectual Property

    The Intellectual Property supplement includes articles on fashion design, the Kessler doctrine, the U.S. Supreme Court shifting power back to the district courts and more.

  • Corporate Governance

    The Corporate Governance supplement includes articles on managing the threat of a derivative lawsuit, succession planning for a board of directors, approaches to risk management, corporate governance in the nonprofit sector and more.

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Leading attorneys from corporations throughout the Delaware Valley gathered for the Legal's annual corporate counsel breakfast.
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