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Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby partner Lawrence J. "Skip" Persick. Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby partner Lawrence J. “Skip” Persick.

Most Pennsylvania family law practitioners know about the 2003 Commonwealth Court decision in Grossman v. State Board of Psychology, 825 A.2d 748 (Pa. Commonwealth 2003). I am sure all psychologists are familiar with the case. Recently the Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology, the body responsible for licensing psychologists in the commonwealth, modified its rules to essentially abrogate the Grossman decision. While it might not seem so at first blush, these changes are much more evolutionary than revolutionary.

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