Philadelphia & Simulcast – Mar. 2
Join an all-star panel of personal injury lawyers as they share their memories of what made Jim Beasley, Sr. a nationally recognized name in plaintiff’s personal injury work.
Philadelphia & Simulcast – Apr. 23
Whether you are a veteran of family law, just beginning your practice, or somewhere in between, you’re sure to benefit from this year’s Family Law Institute.
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The latest from our new blog: PBI Now
PBI is proud to unveil our new website and CLE catalog, both of which will help keep us on the cutting edge of CLE.
In Sellers v. Township of Abington, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a local agency does not owe a common-law or statutory duty of care to passengers in a fleeing vehicle whose presence in the vehicle or connection to the fleeing driver is unknown to the pursuing police officer.
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