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Celebrating Pennsylvania

Celebrating Pennsylvania

This Saturday, July 20 is National Pennsylvania Day. Pennsylvania has an important place in American history for its role in...

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Celebrating World Emoji Day

Celebrating World Emoji Day

Hey emoji fans! Yesterday was World Emoji Day, a time to celebrate those little icons that add so much fun...

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The Pennsylvania Superior Court Comes Full Circle, Concluding “Regular Use” Contractual Exclusions Do Not Violate Pennsylvania’s Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law

The Pennsylvania Superior Court Comes Full Circle, Concluding “Regular Use” Contractual Exclusions Do Not Violate Pennsylvania’s Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law

In Jones v. Erie Insurance Exchange, 2024 PA Super 139 (July 3, 2024), the Pennsylvania Superior Court determined that the...

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Tips for Saving on Your Electric Bill this Summer

Tips for Saving on Your Electric Bill this Summer

With summer in full swing and the heat at a maximum, many of us just want to stay cool, so...

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A Record-Breaking Season of Heat and Dryness

A Record-Breaking Season of Heat and Dryness

As we find ourselves deep in the heart of summer 2024, it’s undeniable that this season has made its mark...

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Keeping Up with the Trends

Keeping Up with the Trends

I happen to be one of those consumers who is easily influenced. If it’s interesting to me and it’s something...

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National Blueberry Muffin Day

National Blueberry Muffin Day

Did you know that July 11 is also known as National Blueberry Muffin Day? It hasn’t exactly been determined when...

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Keeping Your House Cool

Keeping Your House Cool

As the summer sun beats down relentlessly, keeping your house cool becomes a top priority for comfort and energy efficiency....

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Vacation Stress Free

Vacation Stress Free

The summer months tend to be a prime time for most to take a vacation with family and friends. The...

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Says Attorneys Violated Pa. R.C.P. 4003.6 By Conducting Ex-parte Discovery of Plaintiff’s Non-party Treating Physician’s Information

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Says Attorneys Violated Pa. R.C.P. 4003.6 By Conducting Ex-parte Discovery of Plaintiff’s Non-party Treating Physician’s Information

In Mertis v. Dong-Joon Oh, M.D., No. 31 MAP 2023 (Pa. June 18, 2024), the Supreme Court concluded that Pa....

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