Don’t forget the importance of legal research—a June 7 article by Robert Ambrogi on the LawSites blog reports that in a recent survey by Casetext, federal and state court judges indicated that lawyers’ incomplete research impacts case outcomes. All the judges surveyed indicated that they have seen attorneys miss relevant cases, and two-thirds of those surveyed indicated that this has “materially impacted” the outcome of the case. (See the librarian for the full-text of this article.)
Binder on Penna. evidence, 10th ed.
Civil litigation update 2018
Civil practice in the magisterial district court
Coordinating Medicare and Medicaid benefits
A day on real estate, Pittsburgh
Debt collection trends in litigation, compliance and enforcement
Drafting wills & trusts in Penna., 3rd ed.
Family law practice in western Penna.
Handling the workers comp case
Health law institute, 24th annual
Medical marijuana and hemp law symposium 2018
Powers of appointment—a useful estate planning tool
Student loans—what you need to know
What’s on second? Sophisticated issues in lien divestiture and priority
Recent Update Highlights
2018 pocket parts to many sets, such as Am Jur 2nd, Am Jur Legal Forms, Uniform Laws Annotated, and the Pa. Keystone Lawyers’ Desk Library of Practice