Same-Sex Marriage in the United States: The US Supreme Court Speaks
In Obergefell, the US Supreme Court decided that same-sex couples have a fundamental right to marry and that the US Constitution requires states to allow same-sex marriage. Hear from a distinguished panel as they fill you in on the decision and its impact.
Cloud Computing: Avoiding the Ethical Pitfalls
Whether it’s your email, Dropbox, case management software or some other use, you are probably using the cloud to store client information. But how safe and secure is the cloud? Are you doing enough?
Sweeping Changes to the Mortgage Closing Process – Part 2
In just over two weeks following this webinar the new TRID Form will replace the preliminary Truth in Lending statement, the Good Faith Estimate, the Final Truth in Lending statement and the HUD-1 Settlement Sheet. Are you ready for this new form?
CLE Down the Shore
Plan a vacation! Six of our best seminars in Atlantic City — it doesn’t get any better!
The latest from our new blog: PBI Now
NEW BOOKS FROM PBI PRESS
The 2015 Supplement updates the Second Edition, which includes hundreds of criminal instructions keyed numerically to the Crimes Code, with many offering alternative language depending on the case facts.
Reliable guidance for the legal, ethical, and practical issues facing you while changing law firms.
Whether you are a seasoned litigator, a newly admitted attorney, or a paralegal, you will want to own this benchmark reference book on civil practice in Philadelphia County.
Recent updates from key cases in oil and gas law. Explore Sabella v. Appalachian Development Corp., Harrison v. Cabot Oil & Gas Corp., and Pennsylvania Environmental Defense Foundation v. Commonwealth.
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