Today's blog: Attorney Jim Heneghan recently went to see REO Speedwagon and Chicago at KeyBank Pavilion and tells how he definitely took a trip down memory lane during the concert!
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Today's blog: Ty Smith breaks down a law suit, Hughes v. Wilkes-Barre Hospital Company, where the court addressed the plaintiff’s motion in limine, which sought to preclude the defendants from presenting a causation defense. Read more on what exactly this means on the blog.
Today's blog: Jay Stoneking recently took his wife and granddaughters to "The Farm" in Walnut Creek, OH and in today's blog he tells us all about his experience in Amish Country.
Today's blog: Erin Dodd tells us about the importance of jury duty and how it works in the current federal and state justice systems.
Today's blog: Labor Day isn't just about having a 3-day weekend, it is a holiday dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. Erica Cross goes over the history of this holiday in the blog today.
Today's blog: We break down the meaning and purpose of a common legal phrase known as a "request for admission" which attorneys help to facilitate should any be served on you.
Today's blog: Ty Smith breaks down a recent case in today's blog for us - Dean v. Bowling Green-Brandywine - where the Pennsylvania Superior Court addressed the issue of whether the trial court properly granted nonsuit based upon the application of the limited immunity provision of the Mental Health Procedures Act (“MHPA”).
Today's blog: As part of a series, Jay Stoneking delves into part three by telling how writing letters allowed his dad to keep in touch with his mom during their college years.
Today's blog: After losing a West Virginia Supreme Court case a few years ago, EQT successfully petitioned to have the case re-heard, and, with new business-friendly court members, succeeded in getting a decision which previously protected and benefitted West Virginia land owners overturned. Jeremy McGraw explains more on the blog today.
Today's blog: As part of a series, Jay Stoneking delves into a second part by telling how writing letters allowed his granddad to keep in touch with his family during WWII.