MUST-HAVE BOOKS FROM PBI PRESS
An all-in-one resource for practitioners—Editors Sandy Meilton and David Hofstein and a multidisciplinary team of family practitioners give you the information you need to skillfully represent clients in custody proceedings. Includes searchable thumb drive, with useful forms that will help you in your practice, saving you both time and money every day!
The new fifth edition of the Pennsylvania Ethics Handbook is a substantial update, incorporating discussion and citation to numerous recent ethics opinions, court decisions, articles, and significant developments of interest in the field. Each and every chapter has been revised and supplemented.
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Amendments to Pa.R.A.P. 2572 on timing of movement of record on remand effective April 1, 2017.
Theory that anticipatory breach starts running of S/L time period waived if not included in Rule 1925(b) concise statement,
A recent decision from the Pennsylvania Superior Court serves as a reminder that lawyers and clients must guard carefully the confidentiality of privileged communications.
Civil Procedure Damages limited under Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1 do not include attorney’s fees added after verdict, Grimm v. Universal Medical Services, Inc., et al, March 1, 2017 Criminal Law Vehicle Code mandatory 5 year sentence for DUI, [...]