Ever get bored with going to the same gym or the same class every week? Read more about ClassPass in today's blog.
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In today's post, Ty Smith explains a recent decision made by the Pennsylvania Superior Court which had refused to apply the 'palpable error' deference standard which had previously been announced in McHugh v. Procter & Gamble to the jury selection process in Allegheny County.
The sun is shining and that means it's time for Sun Tea. Donneshia Johnson explains her favorite recipe in today's blog.
Technology is making more progress every day and self-driving cars are making headlines -- some good and some bad. Erica Cross takes this into account when asking how it will affect the legal field.
In the second installation of his blog series, Jay Stoneking delves more into other types of torts lawyers encounter in a lot of cases.
Maybe what they say is true — “home is where the heart is”, and it doesn’t really matter if it’s your permanent home, or a home on wheels. Sheila Cottrell explains the nostalgia she felt when selling her family's second home, their camper.
Beverly's Birthdays is a Pittsburgh-based non-profit which provides birthday experiences to young children who may go without birthday gifts or parties. Check out today's blog to see how you can help give these kids the kind of birthday they deserve!
John Artimez continues his blog series in explaining what a case is worth. The first part of this series was posted on Tuesday, May 8.
What exactly is a “tort”? Jay Stoneking begins a series of blog posts breaking down a very commonly used legal term for us.
"The country has made significant progress in narrowing the gender wage gap in recent years; however, a wage gap persists." Sharon Eubanks sheds light on the current status of the gender pay gap between men and women in today's working world.