A Pennsylvania judge ruled that Sabrina Maurer’s marriage to her late wife should be retroactively recognized as a common law marriage.
The judge determined the use of the bar code increases the risk that the receiver could be a victim of identity theft.
A business at which only one person knows how to do one or more tasks is asking for trouble.
A songbook found at Pitt shows that “Happy Birthday” isn’t copyrighted, lawyers say, calling it the “smoking gun” in a long legal dispute.
Midsize firms should center on a unified message that sets the firm apart from its competition.
Mortgage lenders of a property up for tax sale had better pay close attention to whether the house is vacant or occupied when it is sold.
Julian Gray and Frank Petrich discuss the right time to contact an elder law attorney.
It’s issues like this that have family law lawyers warning against just any attorney claiming expertise in the area of LGBT legal affairs.
Employers that don’t file an amended H-1B petition should be prepared that the government may revoke the visa.
Joseph A. Dougherty will succeed John “Jack” Barbour as the firm’s CEO, managing director and chairman of the board effective June 2016.
Consumers trust family businesses a whopping 30 percent more than they trust large corporations.
Businesses and drug testing companies expect more challenges as state laws increasingly clash with federal policy on marijuana use.
Many employers may not realize that they are federal subcontractors.