TRID: 3-2-1-Blast Off

TRID: 3-2-1-Blast Off

» Mechanicsburg — Oct 5 

Learn about the TRID rule – what transactions are affected, the new “TRID” vocabulary, the loan disclosure and what it means to you, and much more!

Fundamentals of PA Business Corporation Practice

Fundamentals of PA Business Corporation Practice

» Pittsburgh – Oct. 5
» Philadelphia – Oct. 26 

The new version of the Business Corporation Law is here – find out what is new and how these changes affect your clients!



Orthopaedic Treatments and Technology: A Day with the Rothman Institute

Orthopaedic Treatments and Technology: A Day with the Rothman Institute

» Philadelphia, Simulcast & Webcast — Oct 9

Taught by a panel of internationally recognized physicians; a “must” for anyone handling claims involving the musculoskeletal systems!

Family Law Update

Family Law Update

» Philadelphia — Oct 21
» Pittsburgh — Oct 28
» Mechanicsburg, Simulcast & Webcast — Nov 10

Prepare and succeed! The Family Law Update includes the latest trends, the newest case law, legislation, and procedural rules.



The latest from our new blog: PBI Now

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17 Skills of Successful Lawyers in 2015: The Conversation Continues

On October 13, PBI will continue its conversation with a dynamic and diverse panel of lawyers from across the continent, to explore the future of legal education and training. We will further identify […]

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District Attorney’s Office not Disqualified by Public Defender-Turned ADA’s Prior Representation of Criminal Defendant

An assistant district attorney’s prior representation of a criminal defendant did not warrant disqualification of the entire district attorney’s office, the Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled in Com. v. Ford.
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Superior Court Relaxes Level of Diligence Required of Late Pro Se PCRA Petitioner Asserting After-Discovered Facts

The presumption of access to information available in the public domain does not apply to an untimely pro se petitioner under the Post Conviction Relief Act (PCRA), an en banc panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court held in Com. v. Burton.

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In 2015, PBI celebrates its 50th anniversary. In this video, a number of prominent Pennsylvania attorneys join the celebration to share what PBI means to them.

For more on PBI’s 50th Anniversary, including what the future holds, click here.




Contract Law for the 21st Century Lawyer

Learn from an expert: this book answers practitioners’ need for a reference that combines a thorough analysis of the law with advice for resolving everyday drafting and litigation issues.

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Pennsylvania Suggested Standard Civil Jury Instructions with 2015 Supplement

For over 40 years, Pennsylvania Suggested Standard Civil Jury Instructions has been relied upon by judges and counsel. A valued template for drafting jury instructions, this reference includes more than 300 instructions.

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Krasnowiecki on Real Property Law and Practice, Fifth Edition

Jan Z. Krasnowiecki analyzes emerging and evolving law in the areas of mortgage financing, bankruptcy, mechanics’ liens, zoning and land use, eminent domain, governmental regulatory measures, and more. Get the free July 2015 supplement here!

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Pennsylvania Business Corporation Practice, 5th Edition

Incorporates changes from PA’s new Entity Transactions Law, effective July 1, and features a new chapter on Benefit Corporations.

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