Today's blog: Curious to learn more about the Right-To-Work legislation that was struck down by a Kanawha County Judge two weeks ago? Zak breaks down exactly what this means and how we got to this point with the legislation.
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Today's blog: Ever sit and think about how much technology is directly at our fingertips? How simple technological advancements have completely changed our lives? Donneshia looks back to the good ol' days where you had to go somewhere to sign up for something versus now you can do it all online.
Today's blog: The American Trucking Association ("ATA") estimates that the trucking industry today is short about 50,000 drivers - how can they solve that problem? Read Chris' blog today to find out!
Today's blog: Are you an organ donor? Interested in becoming one? Read the blog today to find out more about how you can help those in need.
Today's blog: Today's blog: Youth suicide rates are, unfortunately, on the rise across the country. A recent law enacted in PA hopes to avoid that - read Doug's blog on the topic today.
Today's blog: Is your social media feed full of ads? Do you constantly get marketing emails from companies you bought something from once? It can be very frustrating - Jenn shares her thoughts on the 'convenience' of it all today on the blog.
Today's case breakdown: In the case of Kirkpatrick v. Geico Casualty Company , the US District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania allowed the question of damages related to the plaintiff’s destruction of earning capacity claim to be submitted to the jury, despite the fact that the plaintiff could not show any loss in business income.
Today's blog: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram...these are all very commonly used among professionals and non-professionals alike. Attorney Jim Heneghan lists off six precautions for attorneys when using social media.
Today's blog: Have you ever been part of a jury selection process? Well, there are certain ways attorneys, both defense and plaintffs, question the jury to see if they have any bias or interest that may affect the case at hand.
Today's blog: Have you ever experienced a situation where you thought you may need to seek legal help but thought to yourself, "no, I am not the suing type!"? Well, Scott Blass has heard it all and he's here to tell you a few things - mainly, you need to do what is right in the situation, no matter if you are the suing type or not!