PTLA's Newsletter, the Verdict
 

Volume 2020-2021

  • Issue IV - Cybersecurity
    • Cybersecurity for Attorneys:  The Ethics of Incident Response - David G. Ries, Esq.
    • Working from Home:  Internet Connections - Jennifer Ellis, Esq.
    • Security Assessments for Law Firms - Michael C. Maschke, Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., and John Simek
    • Cyber Armageddon:  Ways to Protect Your Law Firm from Annihilation - Theodore M. Schaer, Esq. and Elizabeth S. Fitch, Esq.
    • Trial by Zoom - What You See May Not Be What You Want - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
       
  • ISSUE III - Protecting the Elderly
    • Litigating COVID-19 Deaths in Nursing Homes - Martin S. Kardon, Esq. and Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • A Tribute to Amber M. Racine - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • Guardianship Appointments - Rosalind T. Kaplan, Esq.
    • Four Crucial Estate Planning Documents - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq. and Patricia M. Larrimore, Esq.
       
  • Issue II - Opioid
    • Opioid Litigation: Confronting the Origins of a National Epidemic - Ezra Wohlgelernter, Esq.
    •  Ethical Implications in Representing a Personal Injury Client Addicted to Opioids - Dino Privitera, Esq.
    • Oklahoma v. Purdue Pharma: The Beginning of the End - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
       
  • Issue I - Sovereign Immunity
    • Driving Around Auto Limits & Immunity on the Roosevelt Boulevard & Other PA Roadways - Jason A. Daria, Esq.
    • Support PTLA Gold Sponsors 
    • 2020-2021 Officers and New Board of Directors 
    • Real Property Exception Gets a Boost - Evan Aidman, Esq.
    • Shedding Light on Sovereign Immunity - Evan Aidman, Esq.
    • Defeating Sovereign Immunity - Thomas O. Fitzpatrick, Esq., and
      Neilay B. Shah
       
    • Finally! A Logical Definition of “Operation” of a Vehicle Under the Tort Claims Act - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.

 

Volume 2019-2020

  • Issue IV - Past Issues
    • Videoconferencing Options - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
    • Forced Arbitration Update - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • Protecting Consumers From Defective Products: Pennsylvania Products Liability Law and The Consumer Expectation Test of Defect - Larry E. Coben, Esq.
    • Putting Liability Waivers in Their Place - Benjamin J. Simmons, Esq.
    • Valentino v. Philadelphia Triathlon - Express Assumption of Risk Precludes Wrongful Death Claim - James P. Faunes, Esq.
    • New Ethics Opinion Addresses How to Practice Remotely - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
       
  • Issue III - Trial Procedure Issue
    • Waiver of Appellate Issues by Failure to Properly Object to Jury Charge or Verdict Sheet - Richard K. Teitell, Esq.
    • Smith v. Cordero - Judges Presiding Over Voir Dire - Nancy J. Winkler, Esq.
    • Shiflett v. Lehigh Valley Health Network - Elizabeth Amesbury, Esq.
    • Is that Verdict Inconsistent?  Or Against the Weight of the Evidence? - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • MILs:  Just an MSJ in Disquise? - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
       
  • Issue II - Liens
    • Medicare – Avoiding Problems with Past Reimbursments and How to Deal with Medicare’s Future Interest - Amanda Greenburg, Esq. and Clayton Starnes, Esq.
    • Limited Subrogation in New Jersey - Thomas S. Farnish, Esq.
    • Negotiating Strategies to Lien On - Evan K. Aidman, Esq.
    • Limit Subrogation Liens in DUI Cases - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Walker v. Wexford Health Sources, Inc., et al.
  • Issue I - Justice Musmanno Award Dinner and Association News
    • Robert J. Mongeluzzi, Esquire - 2019 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award Recipient - Andrew R. Duffy, Esq.
    • In Celebration of PTLA's 60th Anniversary - Past President Survey - Joseph L. Messa, Jr., Esq.
    • President's Message - Thomas W. Sheridan, Esq.
    • 2019-2020 PTLA Officers and New Board of Director Members
    • From Dissent to Doctrine:  Justice Musmanno's Legacy of Change - Scott C. Berger, Esq.
    • Rivera v. Jeffrey Bado, D.O., et al.

 

Volume 2018-2019

  • Issue V - Technology
    • Can I Send My Client A Regular Email After ABA Formal Opinion 477R - Gregory B. Heller, Esq.
    • In Celebration of PTLA's 60th Anniversary: Past President Survey - Stewart J. Eisenberg, Esq.
    • One Step Ahead: Fitness Trackers - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
    • Chasing Trails: Audit Trail Discovery Through Third Parties - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • We're All eDiscovery Lawyers Now. Wait, What? - Gregory B. Heller, Esq and William Saccani, Esq.
    • Facebook Privacy: A How to Guide for Clients (and Attorneys!) - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
  • Issue IV - Civil Procedures
    • Third Circuit Permits Removal by In-State Defendants Prior to Service - Mary E. Levy, Esq.
    • Jones v. Ott:  Preserve Your Objections to the Charge to the Jury - Ian M. Bryson, Esq.
    • Motions to Amend:  Adding Punitive Damages After the SOL - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
    • New Matter Defenses:  Some Just Should Not Be Asserted - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Justice Delayed is Justice Denied:  An Overview of PA Civil Rule 229.1 - Dino Privitera, Esq.
    • Stapas v. Giant - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
  • Issue III - Qui Tam
    • A Primer on the False Claims Act for Trial Lawyers - Daniel Purtell, Esq.
    • Is it a Potential Qui Tam Case? - David Williams, Esq.
    • When Might a Personal Injury Client Have a Potential Whistleblower Case? - David J. Caputo, Esq.
    • Welcome to 2019:  #JusticeLivesHere - Ms. Alexandra D'Angola Fetzko
       
  • Issue II - Insurance Adjusters
    • Insurance Adjusters are People Too - Evan K. Aidman, Esq.
    • Drafting Demand Letters that Get Results - Bethany R. Nikitenko, Esq.
    • Dealing with Workers' Compensation Adjusters - An Inside Look - Mr. Michael Brown
       
  • Issue I - 2018 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award
    • Even When He's Flying, He's Grounded: Tom Duffy to be Honored with the 2018 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
    • President's Message - Timothy R. Lawn, Esq.
    • Justice Musmanno Opinions: A Few of My Favorites - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.

 

Volume 2017-2018

  • Issue IV - Ethics
    • President's Message - Timothy R. Lawn, Esquire
    • Social Media Ethics - Daniel J. Siegel, Esquire
    • Ethical Issues of Joint Client Representation in Personal Injury Cases - Dino Privitera, Esquire
    • Mikey Likes It: Do The RPCs? - Abraham C. Reich, Esq., and Mr. David A. Doty, Temple University Beasley School of Law
       
  • Issue III - Juries
    • Eight Days in December - Ezra Wohlgelernter, Esq.
    • A View on Jury Selection from Both Sides of the Bar - Hon. Gerald A. McHugh, Jr.
    • Jury Trials with the Honorable Linda Carpenter - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Philadelphia Rule of Judicial Administration No. *1900
    • iPad Over Easy Redux - Mark J. LeWinter, Esquire
    • Closing Arguments: What CAN We Say? - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
       
  • Issue II - Cases on the Cutting Edge
    • Hospitals’ Duties Extend Beyond Their Own Patients - Frank Mangiaracina, Esq.
    • Liability for Sending a Text Message? - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Protz, Where Do We Go From Here? - Nicole A. Kratzer, Esq.
    • When Facebook Fights Back - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
    • Distracted Driving and the Philadelphia Amtrak Train Derailment - Evan Aidman Esq.
    • Scampone Redux: Corporate Liability for Negligent Care - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
       
  • Issue I - Supreme Court
    • Thurgood Marshall (1908 – 1993) - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Thurgood Is Coming - Kevin Harden, Jr., Esq., and Tianna K. Kalogerakis, Esq.
    • General Jurisdiction: What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • 2017-2018 U.S. Supreme Court Term Stacked With Important Arbitration Cases - Priscilla Jimenez, Esq.
    • Personal Jurisdiction Over Out-of-State Corporations After Daimler - What Now? - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.

 

Volume 2016-2017

  • Issue VII - Justice Musmanno Award Dinner and Discovery - Part II
    • Alan M. Feldman, Esquire - 2017 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award Recipient - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Discovery in Med Mal Cases – Obtaining Electronic Medical Records and Proving Your Case - Jamie L. Zadra, Esq.
    • Defendant Doctors Need to Answer Standard of Care Questions - Gregory B. Heller, Esq.
    • Multi-jurisdictional Practice and Depositions Within New Jersey - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
    • Barbara Andrade v. Sea World Parks & Entertainment, LLC
       
  • Issue VI - City Hall
    • How to Survive and Thrive in Discovery Court: An Interview With Peter Divon, Discovery Court Program Manager - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • Case Management Conferences in Philadelphia - Stanley Thompson, Esq., and Evan K. Aidman, Esq.
    • What You Don’t Know About Your City Hall Access Card - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Advice From a Law Clerk - Sarah O. Schindler, Esq.
       
  • Issue V - Discovery - Part I
    • Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act: Making Life Easier - Sarah F. Dooley, Esq.
    • The "Usual Stipulations" - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Minimizing the Costs of Obtaining Medical Records - Kenneth F. Fulginiti, Esq.
    • Maximizing Your Pool of Potential Witnesses - Matthew T. Stone, Esq.
    • Case Note of Interest:  Stephen Rudzik, et al. v. Benjamin Foods, et al.
       
  • Issue IV - PA, NJ & DE
    • Some Basic Differences Between Pennsylvania and New Jersey Personal Injury Law - Rosalind T. Kaplan, Esq.
    • Delaware Laws You Should Know - Brian A. Wall, Jr., Esq., and Timothy A. Dillon, Esq.
    • Pennsylvania Borrowing Statute - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • New Jersey Medical Malpractice Actions and the Tort Claims Act - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • The Battle to Remove Caps on New Jersey Hospital Damages - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
       
  • Issue III - Mandatory Arbitration:  Issue 2 of 2
    • Mandatory Arbitration: Federal Agencies vs. Congress - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • Nursing Home Industry Rushes to Court, Persuades Federal Judge to Invalidate Agency Rule That Would Have Restored Rights of Families to Sue Facilities in Court - Leslie Bailey, Esq.
    • Valentino vs. Philadelphia Triathlon - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Wrongful Death Claims Are Not Subject to Mandatory Arbitration - Michael D. Pomerantz, Esq.
    • Arbitration and Contract Revocation - Gregory B. Heller, Esq.
       
  • Issue II - Mandatory Arbitration:  Issue 1 of 2
    • Nursing Home Arbitration:  Good News, Bad News - Daniel B. Bencivenga, Esq.
    • Invalidating Arbitration Agreements: Wert and Wisler - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • CMS Giveth and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Taketh Away - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • Avoiding Mandatory Arbitration: Be Careful in Drafting Your Complaint - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
       
  • Issue I
    • Tom Kline, Esquire - 2016 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award Recipient - Priscilla Jimenez, Esq.
    • President's Message - Ezra Wohlgelernter, Esq.
    • Justice Michael A. Musmanno - Nicole A. Kratzer, Esq.
    • Musmanno Opinions: A Few of My Favorite - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • The IKEA Dresser Tip Over Litigation - Helping Clients and ConsumersAcross America - Alan M. Feldman, Esq.

 

Volume 2015-2016

  • Issue VI
    • Statute of Limitation in All Asbestos Cases (Including Wrongful Death Actions) Commenses at the Time of Diagnosis - Priscilla Jimenez, Esq.
    • Future Leader Lobby Day - Josh Rosen, Esq.
    • The MCARE Act's Statute of Repose: Harsh Consequences - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • First Party Insurance: Don't Miss Your Filing Deadline - Anthony DiUlio, Esq.
    • Statute of Limitations May Not Be So Cut & Dry in Limited Tort Actions - Jennifer Gomez Hardy, Esq.
    • Statute of Repose in Construction Claims - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
       
  • Issue V
    • F.N.C. After Bratic? - Cheeseman Lives! But Distance Matters - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Preliminary Objections to Venue - Rosalind T. Kaplan, Esq.
  • Issue IV
    • Preliminary Objections to Corporate Negligence Claims: Re-Reading Scampone - Joseph Z. Traub, Esq.
    • Preliminary Objections Based on Failure to Identify Negligent Employees - J. Craig Currie, Esq.
    • Responding to Connor Preliminary Objections - Evan Aidman, Esq.
    • Responding to PA's to Allegations of Recklessness and Punitive Damages - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Preliminary Objections for Failing to Plead Agency with Specificity - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
  • Issue III
    • Supreme Court Adopts New Rules on Jury Instructions
    • Jury Orientation in the Eastern District - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Lawyers Researchin Jurors on the Internet - Thomas S. Farnish, Esq.
    • Are Jurors Biased Due to Media Coverage of Trials? - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Interview with Jury Commissioner Daniel Rendine - Dino Privitera, Esq.
  • Issue II
    • Wrongful Death, Survival Actions, Minor's Compromise - Getting it Done - Kenneth F. Fulginiti, Esq.
    • PTLA Luncheon Lecture: Court Approval for Settlement Distribution of Minors' Claims and Wrongful Death and Survival Act Claims - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Two Foster Children v. Friendship House
  • Issue I
    • Lance Cooper, Esquire - 2015 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award Recipient - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • Mendel v. Albert Einstein Medical Center
    • Jacob Philipose and Aniamma Puthppallil v. Debra Jlinger and Neil Klinger

 

Volume 2014-2015

  • Issue VI
    • Social Media In E-discovery - Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., and John W. Simek
    • Social Media Discovery - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Social Media Ethics - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
    • How Lawyers Can Use LinkedIn to Develop Business - Allison C. Shields, Esq.
       
  • Issue V
    • Litigating Closed Head Injury Cases - Sol H. Weiss, Esq.
    • The Best Experts in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Cases: Law Witnesses - Ezra Wohlgelernter, Esq.
    • Diffuse Axonal Injury - The overlooked traumatic microscopic brain injury - Stacey Kearney, RN, BSN, CLNC

 

  • Issue IV
    • President's Message - Lawrence R. Cohan, Esq.
    • Five Things to Ask When a Client Calls About a Defective Product Case - Marc P. Weingarten, Esq.
    • Toxic Tort Cases - What to Ask Potential Clients - Lawrence R. Cohan, Esq.
    • The Medical Device Case:  Five Questions to Ask the Potential Plaintiff - T. Matthew Leckman, Esq.
    • Five Steps to Take in a Crashworthiness Case - Stewart J. Eisenberg, Esq., & Daniel J. Sherry, Esq.
    • What You Need to Know When a Client Calls About a Lemon Law Case? - Robert M. Silverman, Esq.
    • New Jersey Verbal Threshold Claims:  What You Need to Know - Thomas S. Farnish, Esq.
    • Five Questions to Consider Before Taking a Mass Tort Case - Priscilla E. Jimenez, Esq.
  • Special Edition on Tincher
    • Pennsylvania Products Liability: Instructing the Jury - Larry E. Coben, Esq.
    • Cancelleri v Ford Motor Company: Analyzing Products Liability Law After Tincher - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • A New Day in Products Liability - The Defense Perspective on Tincher - Kim R. Plouffe, Esq., and Jacob C. Lehman, Esq.
       
  • Issue III
    • President's Message - Lawrence R. Cohan, Esq.
    • Five Pitfalls to Avoid with Expert Witnesses - Dino Privitera, Esq.
    • An Unconventional Approal to Jury Selection in Complex Cases - Frank P. Murphy, Esq.
       
  • Issue II
    • Five Mistakes Plaintiff Lawyers are Making at Arbitration - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Common Mistakes Made at Mediation from the Prospective of the Mediator - Allan H. Gordon, Esq.
    • Fine Case Selection Rules - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
       
  • Issue I
    • Roberta D. Pichini, Esquire - 2014 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award Recipient - Alan M. Feldman, Esq.
    • President's Message - Lawrence R. Cohan, Esq.
    • Case Notes: Two Plaintiffs Injured by Vaccines Receive $9 and $4.5 Million: Stephens v. Secretary of Health and Human Services and Behie v. Secretary of Health and Human Services

 

Volume 2013-2014

  • Issue VI
    • Interview with Outgoing and Incoming PTLA Presidents Nancy Winkler and Larry Cohan - Robert C. Hunn, Esq.
    • PTLA's Final Luncheon Lecture and Annual Meeting
    • No Discovery of Communications Between Counsel and Experts - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
    • Case Note: Martinez v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
       
  • Issue VI
    • The Troubled Plaintiff - Ezra Wohlgelernter, Esq.
    • Casting Call for New Clients: A-Listers and Starlets Only Need Apply - Royce W. Smith, Esq.
    • Problem Clients: Prior Accidents and Injuries - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Case Note: Hook v. Cougles Recycling, Inc. & Timothy Cougle
       
  • Issue IV
    • Proving Damages for Hearing and Vision Loss in Third Party Cases - Evan K. Aidman, Esq.
    • Florida Supreme Court Rejects Caps on Noneconomic Damages in Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Cases - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Have Your Heard? Occupational Hearing Loss Is For Real - Lee S. Fiederer, Esq.
    • Develop A “Nose” for Handling Loss of Smell Cases - Douglas V. Stoehr, Esq.
       
  • Issue III
    • Four Things to Consider Before Taking a Discrimination Case - Alice W. Ballard, Esq.
    • Public Policy Implications in Wrongful Discharge Cases - Exceptions to the Employment At-Will Doctrine Based on Public Policy Implications - Traci M. Greenberg, Esq.
    • A Primer on Employment Law - Alice W. Ballard, Esq.
       
  • Issue II
    • Business Owners' Liability for Criminal Acts of Third Parties - Dino Privitera, Esq.
    • Personal Injury Lawyers Through The Eyes of a Former District AttorneyPrince Holloway, Esq.
       
  • Issue I
    • U.S. Congressman Bruce Braley - 2013 Justice Musmanno Award Recipient - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • PTLA's Final Luncheon Lecture and Annual Meeting
    • Case Note: Ferguson v. Pathmark, Inc., et al.
       

Volume 2012 - 2013

  • IssuE I 
    • Edward F. Chacker, Esquire - 2012 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award Recipient
    • 2012-2013 PTLA Officers
    • Annual Meeting and Final Luncheon Lecture
    • Case Note: Sneeringer, II, Sneeringer, and Cook v. GLC Transportation, Inc., et al.
       
  • Issue II
    • Future Leaders Giving Back By Helping To End Distracted Driving - Jason A. Tucker, Esq.
    • Future Leaders - Who are They? - Riki R. Strosser, Esq.
    • Why Should I Join The Future Leaders - Royce W. Smith, Esq.
    • Letter from the Editor - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • Case Note: Foriano v. Bergman, M.D., et al.
       
  • Issue III
    • Finding Insurance Coverage in a Tractor Trailer Accident Case - Daniel J. Mann, Esq.
    • Medical Malpractice Insurance Coverage - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • The Viable Defendant: A Primer on Where to Look for Insurance Coverage in Construction Cases - Larry Bendesky, Esq. and William A. Weiss, Esq.
    • Sources of Recovery in Motor Vehicle Claims - Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    • Obtaining Insurance Coverage for Victims of Crime - Jeffrey P. Fritz, Esq.
    • The Business of Nursing Home Ownership - Charles J. Galvin, Esq.
       
  • Issue IV
    • How New Jersey Personal Injury Practice Differs From Pennsylvania - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Multi-Jurisdictional Practices: What are the Pitfalls? - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
    • Credentialing Requirements in Medical Negligence Cases Under NJ's Patients First Act - Ezra Wohlgelernter, Esq.
    • Compensable Damages in New Jersey - Michael Barrett, Esq.
    • Case Note: Hatwood v. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
       
  • Issue V
    • The New Joint and Several Liability Law if UNFAIR to Victims of Crime - Scott B. Cooper, Esq.
    • Pennsylvania Dram Shop Liability: Proving "Visible Intoxication" - Dino Privitera, Esq.
       
  • Issue VI
    • Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Law: The Basics - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq. & Molly Barker Gilligan, Esq.
    • Coming and Going Law - Thomas More Holland, Esq.
    • Work Injuries Resulting in Death: Who is Entitled to Benefits? - Samuel H. Pond, Esq. & Andrew F. Ruder, Esq.
    • Coordination of the Third Party Case with the Workers' Compensation Case - George Martin, Esq.
    • Case Note: Hetrick v. Verizon Communications
       

Volume 2011 - 2012

  • Issue I
    • Senator Stewart J. Greenleaf to Receive 32nd Annual Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award - Royce W. Smith, Esq.
    • PTLA’s Final Luncheon Lecture and Annual Meeting
       
  • Issue II
    • ​President’s Message:  Plan to Ensure Justice’s Survival in Pennsylvania - Laura Feldman, Esq.
    • Editor’s Column - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • PTLA Luncheon Lecture - Update on Liens
    • Kenneth and Sandra McCarthy v. Leonard A. Brody, M.D.
       
  • Issue III - Special Pro Bono Issue
    • Voice of Freedom - Dino Privitera, Esq.
    • PTLA’s Toys for St. Christopher’s Hospital
    • VIP Celebrates 30th Anniversary - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Estate of Elsie Te v. Erie Insurance Exchange
       
  • Issue IV
    • Long Term Care Litigation - the ABCs - Martin S. Kardon, Esq.
    • Serving Older Americans: The Diverse and Dynamic Field of Law and Aging - Karen C. Buck, Esq.
       

Volume 2010 - 2011

  • Issue I
    • Bernard W. Smalley, Esquire, to Receive 31st Annual Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award - Royce W. Smith, Esq.
    • President’s Message - Ronald A. Kovler, Esq.
    • PTLA’s Final Luncheon Lecture and Annual Meeting
    • Estate of Brian Pluck v. Arcelor-Mittal, at al. 
       
  • Issue II
    • Asbestos Litigation - Alive and Well in Philadelphia - Riki R. Redente, Esq.
    • Helen Campbell, Executrix of the Estate of Thessely Campbell v. Allied Signal, et al.
       
  • Issue III
    • ​President’s Message:  Where Do We Go From Here - Ronald A. Kovler, Esq.
    • Legislative Update - Mark E. Phenicie, Esq.
    • 31st Annual Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award Dinner
    • Michelle Joseph, as Guardian & Legal Custodian of Rhayanna Binns, a minor; Michelle Joseph, as Administratrix of the Estate of Mikael Job Monroe, Deceased; Michelle Joseph as Parent and Natural Guardian of Malachi Monroe, a minor; and James A. Francis, Esquire, Administrator of the Estate of Shereece Sasha Joseph, Deceased v. Lakewood Engineering & Manufacturing Company and Jacqueline Gordon 
       
  • Issue IV - Social Media
    • Your Worst Nightmare: Your Client is on Facebook  - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
    • The Murky Beginnings of Social Media Jurisprudence - Evan Y. Liu, M.D., J.D.
    • The Savvy Social Shoemaker’s Children Still Have Cold Feet - Gina Furia Rubel, Esq.
       
  • Issue V - Lawyers Without Borders
    • Carpetbaggers Beware - Abraham C. Reich, Esq. and Michael L. Temin, Esq.
    • Managing a National Litigation Practice - Daniel S. Weinstock, Esq.
    • Out-of-Office Attorney - Melinda Spitzer, Esq.
    • Sara and Frank Cathcart v. Health Access Network
       
  • Summer IssuE - Mediation
    • Preparing the Mediator - Hon. Abraham J. Gafni (Ret.)
    • Mediation in the New Millenium – Brotherly Love Lost? - Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Esq.
    • Mediation – Defense Perspective - Peter J. Hoffman, Esq.

       

Volume 2009 - 2010

    • ​Pennsylvania Uninsured Employer Guaranty Fund - Matthew L. Wilson, Esq. and Leah Cilo, Esq.
    • Courts Grapple with WC Pension Offsets - Molly B. Gilligan, Esq.
    • Practice Tips: Effectively Handling Your Workers' Compensation Mediation - Marla A. Joseph, Esq.
    • A Summary of Recent Workers’ Compensation & Employment Law Appellate Decisions  - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
       
    • President’s Message - Stewart J. Eisenberg, Esq.
    • Something is Better than Nothing: Product Liability and Crashworthiness Claims Allowed against Chrysler and GM, Results May Vary Depending on Date of Injury - Riki R. Redente, Esq.
    • PTLA’s Final Luncheon Lecture and Annual Meeting
       
    • ​President’s Message - Stewart J. Eisenberg, Esq.
    • BIG Returns with Big Brothers Big Sisters - Ruben Honik, Esq.
    • Making Your Premises Liability Case a Winner: Summary of Recent PTLA Luncheon Lecture - Riki R. Redente, Esq.
    • Judge Sandra Mazer Moss in Plain Clothes - Claudine Q. Homolash, Esq. 
    • Summary of Recent Appellate Decisions -  Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
       
    • President’s Message - Stewart J. Eisenberg, Esq.
    • Commentary on Diversity - Royce W. Smith, Esq. 
    • Diversity: How to Live it and Market it - Royce W. Smith, Esq. and Gina F. Rubel, Esq. 
    • Diversity: A Case Study - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
       
    • Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress Claims: Will Your Insurance Cover You? - Ezra Wohlgelernter, Esq. and Thomas Martin, Esq.
    • Potential New Law to Expand Victim’s Rights - Robert N. Hunn, Esq.
    • Not so fast, Charlie! - Peter Gulia
       
    • Technology at the Beach - Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
    • The Thrill is Gone; Determining the Validity of Release of Liability Contracts - Riki R. Redente, Esq.
    • Schuenemann v. Dreemz, LLC

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