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Squire Patton Wants Ex-Client's ERISA, Fraud Claims Tossed

Gina Passarella | December 18, 2014

Squire Patton Boggs has said the bulk of the claims in a multimillion-dollar malpractice and fraud suit against the firm over its 17-year relationship with client Alliance Holdings should be dismissed because the firm was simply giving legal advice and was not in possession of any of the funds allegedly misappropriated by Alliance's founder.

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    By Lizzy McLellan

    Five years after the U.S. Supreme Court took a marked step away from narrowing the window for collateral order appeals, Pennsylvania has continued to clear a path for addressing the orders, appellate lawyers have noticed.

  • Pa. Justices to Revisit Long-Running Defamation Case

    By Lizzy McLellan

    In a 12-year-old defamation case that has twice been remanded to trial court, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to consider whether the latest Superior Court ruling granting a third trial complies with the First Amendment.

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    By Terry Silver

    In your capacity as a corporate or transactional attorney, you have probably represented clients seeking your advice about the sale of their business. The first, and most important, question to ask: Is the business ready for sale? Business owners often decide to sell before they give thought about preparing for the sale.

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Who Owns Digital Assets When You Die?

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Delaware Law Weekly reporter Jeff Mordock was recently a guest of Larry Mendte on The Delaware Way program, where he discussed Delaware's new digital asset law and proposals for similar laws in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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