By Amanda O'Brien | February 22, 2024
Litigators Ray Middleman, Amy Roy and Shane Valenzi left for Baltimore-based Whiteford, Taylor & Preston in 2022, but Eckert CEO Scott Cessar, who started in the role last May, successfully recruited them back.
By Amanda O'Brien | February 20, 2024
Madeline Baio's current work in commercial litigation on behalf of transportation companies sits outside of the firm's primary focus on general liability.
By Amanda O'Brien | February 16, 2024
Litigation boutique P&K Park is composed of five attorneys who were with the firm previously known as Littleton Park Joyce Ughetta & Kelly.
By Amanda O'Brien | February 15, 2024
John Dunlea faces a potential total of 15 years in prison and fines of up to $165,000 under New Jersey law.
By Amanda O'Brien | February 14, 2024
Blaine Lamperski previously led the local real estate practice for the Pittsburgh unit of the global giant. He's joined by member John Bonaccorsi.
By Amanda O'Brien | February 12, 2024
The Philadelphia-based litigation defense firm has expanded its footprint into Cherry Hill and Long Island.
By Amanda O'Brien | February 8, 2024
The suit says that income partners and counsel were forced to defer a portion of their annual compensation into the firm's pension plan, despite the pension plan itself not requiring such a contribution, and that money was ultimately commingled with firm operating funds.
By Aleeza Furman | February 8, 2024
"Mr. Bosworth's TikTok postings, including antisemitic tropes, false claims and decontextualized exaggerations, instigated numerous public threats of violence and death, digital attacks against the firm, and antisemitic and other hateful comments against the firm and its founding partners, all in flagrant violation of TikTok's terms of service," the complaint said.
By Amanda O'Brien | February 6, 2024
Ten firms with roots in the commonwealth that discussed their AI use with Law.com. A majority indicated that most of their use cases for the new technology were internal rather than client-facing.
By Alexander Lugo | February 5, 2024
The Am Law 200 firm is absorbing construction-focused Ferencik Libanoff Brandt Bustamante & Goldstein.
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