Caleb Bissett didn't just abandon his clients, but was a no-show at proceedings in his own divorce, the state disciplinary board found.
The Department of Education's announcement Sept. 22 that it is rescinding Title IX guidance on sexual misconduct issued by the Obama administration left schools scrambling for answers.
More law firms are learning that they aren't immune from identity theft.
Duane Morris, gearing up for its first leadership change in a decade, might be best remembered for venturing into international markets during outgoing chairman and CEO John Soroko's tenure, but the firm also broke into South Jersey.
The three name partners of Philadelphia litigation firm Williams Cuker Berezofsky have gone their separate ways, finding new homes for themselves and their associates and staff at new law firms.
Tiffany Palmer, a founding partner of Jerner & Palmer, will direct the national LGBT Family Law Institute.
After leading his firm through a game-changing decade for the legal industry, John Soroko is stepping down from his post as chairman of Duane Morris.
What draws some lawyers back to their old firms after practicing for years somewhere else?
Two labor and employment partners are returning to Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads after a 15-year stint at Ballard Spahr, filling a newly created gap in Montgomery McCracken's labor and employment practice.
Two former Pepper Hamilton partners who left for Reed Smith years ago have returned to help restrenghten Pepper Hamilton's financial services offerings.