Today's blog: When it comes to making it in the working world (specifically the legal profession), we're willing to bet the word "professionalism" is the first thing people think of when they imagine a successful businessman/woman. What do you think?
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Today's blog: A common medicine prescribed to ease the symptoms of Gout has now been labeled for possibly causing heart-related deaths and cardiovascular side effects. Read the blog post today to find out more about this discovery.
Today's blog: How often do you check your credit score? Have you ever been a victim of identity theft? The latter is something we hope never happens to us - but what is there for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to do about it?
Today's blog: Your attorneys have wrapped up their case. The judge has heard arguments from the attorneys and now it’s time to give the case to the jury. What happens next? Read today's blog to find out!
Today's case breakdown: Recently, in Raynor v. D'Annunzio, the Pennsylvania Superior Court held that a contempt proceeding represents a “procurement, initiation, or continuation of civil proceedings” as contemplated by the Dragonetti Act.
Today's blog: Do you know what it takes to become a lawyer? Of course there's law school, but have you ever wondered what comes after that? Read Erica's blog today to find out more!
Today's blog: If you've been following the recent news regarding Johnson & Johnson's baby powder causing mesothelioma, Zak breaks down the newest update from last week on the blog today.
Today's blog: Attorney Jim Heneghan has deep Irish roots - he talks about his family's Irish traditions and his trips to Ireland with his family and how they will always remain in his heart - Sláinte!
Today's blog: We've all been in a fender bender a time or two but, crashes involving a commercial motor vehicle are of a bit higher caliber. We list a few steps you should take immediately following this type of crash, written by Chris McCabe.
Today's blog: Tweeting can be a dangerous game for those not in the public eye but for a U.S. Congressman, tweeting at a witness could cause some legal problems. Read Chris' take on Congressman Matt Gaetz's tweet at Michael Cohen during his testimony.