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Despite Physician “Non-Involvement,” Pennsylvania Superior Court Assigns Liability Against General Partner Physician

Despite Physician “Non-Involvement,” Pennsylvania Superior Court Assigns Liability Against General Partner Physician

In Nigon v. Jewell, 2024 PA Super 68 (June 7, 2023), the Superior Court reversed a trial court’s decision to...

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April is National Pickleball Month

April is National Pickleball Month

Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the US, and for good reason! This paddle sport combines elements of badminton,...

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Outdoor Exercising Safety

Outdoor Exercising Safety

With warmer temperatures finally making an appearance this spring, it’s a good time to review some health and safety tips...

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The Time Traveler

The Time Traveler

Spring has sprung, so it won’t be long until the roads and airports are a bit more congested, engulfed with...

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The Most Common Sources for Human Exposure to “Forever Chemicals” and Some Tips to Minimize Your Exposure

The Most Common Sources for Human Exposure to “Forever Chemicals” and Some Tips to Minimize Your Exposure

Forever chemicals, which include per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), phenols, and parabens, are everywhere and all around us. We ingest...

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National Child Abuse Prevention Month

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is a time to recognize, raise awareness, and advocate for victims of child abuse and neglect. Each year, Prevent...

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Client Tips for Preparing for an Initial Meeting/Consultation with an Attorney

Client Tips for Preparing for an Initial Meeting/Consultation with an Attorney

As an attorney, I often meet with potential clients regarding a variety of issues. Regardless of what the issue may...

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Today’s Solar Eclipse

Today’s Solar Eclipse

A spectacular event is set to grace the skies: a solar eclipse. Today, April 8, 2024, at 1:30 p.m. EST,...

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Illegal Screen or Not: Women’s Basketball Ruled the World!

Illegal Screen or Not: Women’s Basketball Ruled the World!

Friday night, in the NCAA Women’s Final Four game between UConn and Iowa, there was a late offensive foul called...

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When Do Settlements Most Often Occur in Civil Actions?

When Do Settlements Most Often Occur in Civil Actions?

After you retain a law firm and one of your lawyers informs the potential defendants of their representation of your...

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