You’ve probably heard the expression “Don’t Confuse Your Google Search With My Law Degree” (or Ph.D or doctorate) and the like. No doubt, the Internet is a useful vehicle for clients or potential clients to attempt to educate themselves, whether they are contemplating taking legal action or are in the midst of full-fledged litigation. The… Continue Reading
Effective today 01/01/16, Pa. R.C.P. 211 is amended to give trial courts discretion whether to allow oral argument on motions. Rule 211 was amended to reflect appellate court rulings which qualify a party’s “right” to orally argue a motion before a trial court, and leave it in the hands of judicial discretion. The relevant prior… Continue Reading
The number one complaint of clients across the country about their lawyers, is that they don’t respond to clients in a timely manner, or at all. The typical excuse of the lawyer is that he or she is busy doing work for other clients, whether in court or otherwise. But, while that excuse may be… Continue Reading
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