Business / Law


 Amanda L. Fitzhugh Porter

People on the move: The Legal Profession

News from Leech Tishman; Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti; Dinsmore & Shohl;  Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott.

about 8 hours ago


3rd Circuit revives case against BofA local counsel

But while the appeals court revived the plaintiff’s federal claims, it upheld the dismissal of the state law claims.

about 8 hours ago


Business Workshop: Avoid contract pitfalls

Here are some common contract issues that Pennsylvania business owners should understand.

about 8 hours ago


 Dan LaCouture, then with the Carolina Hurricanes, and Paul Bissonnette get into a fight during a 2008 game. Mr. LaCouture is one of several former players suing the National Hockey League for allegedly failing to disclose information about the dangers of concussions and subconcussive head injuries.

Former NHL players seek damages for concussions

Litigation continues in a lawsuit against the NHL brought about by former players who believed the league concealed dangers of concussions.

2 days ago


Commonwealth Court tosses lawsuit of attorney knocked out by client

Ebensburg lawyer Timothy Burns filed suit for allegedly failing to maintain the safety of the courtroom and control over a death row inmate.

1 week ago


 Jazmine D. Grant

People on the move: The Legal Profession

Sherrard, German & Kelly, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, Leech Tishman, Meyer, Unkovic & Scott ...

1 week ago


Business Workshop: To bid or not to bid?

Before answering a request for proposals, a business should first conduct a realistic assessment of its ability to handle government work.

1 week ago


 Commercial drone use is a largely uncharted and unregulated field.

Privacy woes at top of list of unmanned aerial vehicle concerns

The white paper “Crowded Skies” explores the legal implications for companies using drones in the course of doing business.

2 weeks ago


GlaxoSmithKline wins summary judgment in thalidomide case

The granted motion drew closer to a possible end to GlaxoSmithKline’s involvement in the litigation that began in 2011.

2 weeks ago


 Danny P. Cerrone, Jr.

People on the move: The Legal Profession

Clark Hill,Tucker Arensberg, P.C., Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C., Jackson Kelly PLLC, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC.

2 weeks ago


Business Workshop: Comparison shop for health care

Guroo.com provides consumers and businesses with national and local cost information about common medical services.

2 weeks ago


Pittsburgh workers part of large class-action suit against Tennessee firm

Workers at Washington, D.C.-based IBEX Global are claiming that the marketing company made them work extra without being paid.

2 weeks ago


A push by some for looser Pennsylvania rules over referral fees

But some wonder whether the referral-fee system should be brought more in line with the stricter American Bar Association model rules.

3 weeks ago


 Juan Henderson, 48, of Forest Hills, said he enjoys his second job as a driver for Uber and is prepared for tax season.

Pittsburgh ride-sharing drivers may be caught off guard for tax season

Many will be filing tax returns as independent contractors for the first time this year.

3 weeks ago


 Jessica L. Crown

People on the move: The Legal Profession

Rothman Gordon, Goehring, Rutter & Boehm, Sherrard, German & Kelly PC, Houston Harbaugh PC...

3 weeks ago


Business Workshop: Don’t abuse Digital Millennium Copyright Act

The Act enables copyright owners to notify Internet service providers of any products or materials that infringe on their copyright.

3 weeks ago


Len Boselovic's Heard Off the Street: Lawyers group says brokers can't be trusted

Brokers can legally recommend clients make investments that are in brokers’ best interests.

3 weeks ago


 Jaclyn Clifford and Marlene van Es will soon be graduating from the University of Pittsburgh Law school and are starting a firm for legal aid to entrepreneurs who want to start environmental oriented businesses in the city.

Pitt law students tackle urban agriculture and food policy issues

Trellis, a law firm being established by two students graduating from the University of Pittsburgh, has a social mission.

3 weeks ago


 Christine B. Bowers

People on the move: The Legal Profession

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, Strassburger, McKenna, Gutnick & Gefsky, Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote PC, Mazurkraemer Business Law...

4 weeks ago


Is there strength in numbers for leadership at law firms?

Some firms have begun challenging the traditional notion of needing a single firm leader, according to some legal consultants.

4 weeks ago


Business Workshop: Guidelines for finding lawyers for international work

It’s up to the company to evaluate whether a law firm offers the needed legal expertise and client service.

4 weeks ago


Elder Law: The VA is at it again

Veterans (and their spouses) are eligible for an important disability pension program commonly known as “Aid and Attendance.”

1 month ago



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