COVID has been hard for business of all sizes, but it’s taken a special toll on small, service based operations. A recent ruling in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, may bring such businesses a bit of relief.
It’s no secret that there has been an exponential increase in the presence of social media platforms in our day to day lives. What began as a virtual social experience has evolved into a multi-faceted marketplace of ideas in which every user possesses the incalculable power to disseminate their ideas and reach millions of like-minded individuals.Read Article
With things opening back up post-COVID, we thought it would be a great time to support diversity and the local arts.Read Article
As often happens, our firm's name was recognized by a reputable local attorney who staged musical comedies in the 1970s at the Bench Bar Conference with the Allegheny County President Judge and our Proprietor's grandfather, the late Don VeryRead Article
Our firm's client-focused, trust-based approach to representation was featured in the Lawyers Journal, the flagship publication of the Allegheny County Bar Association.Read Article
Pennsylvania courts have instituted a new records policy that, in an attempt to minimize the disclosure of personal information over the internet, imposes filing requirements and viewing restrictions.Read Article
Imagine receiving a surprise $92,943 bill for a relative's medical or nursing home care. Would you believe that you could be ordered to pay it on pain of imprisonment in Pennsylvania?Read Article
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