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What Do Pa. Lawyers Get in Trouble for the Most?

April 25, 2017

The Legal Intelligencer

Over the past decade, lawyers in Pennsylvania have gotten into trouble with the state’s disciplinary board for offenses spanning from ripping off clients and…

NYC Homeowners Rent Properties For Profit

April 24, 2017

CBS 2 News

Phyllis H. Weisberg, managing partner of Montgomery McCracken’s New York office, was featured on CBS 2 News on April 21,…

Avis Chase Cottages Will Once Again Host Summer Visitors

April 5, 2017

The Cape Cod Chronicle

CHATHAM – The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has cleared the way for a Philadelphia nonprofit organization to once again offer…

Lawyer Wins Skirmish in War Over Pinterest Concept

April 4, 2017

New York Law Journal

A lawyer who claims the concept for the popular web application Pinterest was stolen from him has won a preliminary…

Fox News And Bill O’Reilly Are Out Of Excuses

April 4, 2017

The Huffington Post

The sexual harassment suits are piling up, and the defense from corporate is increasingly bizarre. These women didn’t call human…

YWCA respite program returns to Chatham

April 3, 2017

Cape Cod Times

CHATHAM — A decades old summer respite program for Philadelphian women that’s been shuttered for three years will reopen after…

Montgomery McCracken Adds Another NY Real Estate Group

March 29, 2017

The Legal Intelligencer

Philadelphia-based Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads has brought on four attorneys and the full staff of a small New York…

Spanier Conviction a Likely Blow to Civil Suits Over Freeh Report

March 28, 2017

Th Legal Intelligencer

Former Penn State president Graham Spanier was acquitted of the two most serious charges he faced over allegations that he…

5 Things to Know About Burlington County’s New Prosecutor

March 24, 2017

Burlington County’s next prosecutor has worked in the White House and consulted on cases around the country, but now he’s…

Renting Your Home Out, By the Hour

March 10, 2017

New York Times

Like other New Yorkers, Alex Story occasionally rents out her home through Airbnb, relinquishing her East Village townhouse to strangers…

Montgomery McCracken Nabs Ex-Buchanan Ingersoll Litigator

March 8, 2017


Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP has landed a former Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC trial lawyer with a wide-ranging litigation practice to…

Experts Offer Tips on Best Board Practices

March 2, 2017

The Cooperator

Montgomery McCracken partner Andrew P. Brucker spoke on “Best Practices for Cooperative and Condominium Boards,” on February 22, 2017. The…

20 Years After Biondi

February 16, 2017

The Cooperator

Despite the fact that most people would agree that discrimination is a bad thing, discrimination persists, which suggests either that…

Farnese acquitted of corruption charges in federal trial

February 2, 2017

Metro Philly

A Democratic state senator from Philadelphia beat the U.S. government Wednesday and walked out of federal court after being acquitted…

Philadelphia jury says state Sen. Larry Farnese not guilty on fraud charges

February 1, 2017


A federal jury has acquitted state Sen. Larry Farnese of all charges after a five-day trial. He was accused of…

Federal Jury Acquits Farnese in Bribery Case

February 1, 2017

The Legal Intelligencer

After a five-day trial, state Sen. Lawrence Farnese and Philadelphia Democratic committeewoman Ellen Chapman were acquitted in federal court today…

Pennsylvania senator acquitted in ward election case

February 1, 2017

Morning Times

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A federal court jury acquitted a Pennsylvania senator Wednesday of charges he spent $6,000 in campaign money…

State Sen. Larry Farnese Acquitted of Bribery Charges

February 1, 2017

Philadelphia Magazine

A federal jury has acquitted Sen. Larry Farnese of bribery charges leveled against him last May after he was accused…

Farnese acquitted in federal fraud trial

February 1, 2017

The Philadelphia Inquirer

A federal jury on Wednesday acquitted State Sen. Larry Farnese of conspiracy and fraud charges, rejecting what his lawyers had…

Jury Finds Pa. State Sen. Not Guilty on Vote Buying Charges

February 1, 2017


A Pennsylvania state senator escaped charges that he bribed a local Democratic committee member to support his candidacy to become…