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Three lawyers with Philadelphia-based Cozen O’Connor have joined fellow city firm Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel’s Family Law Department, what the latter calls one of the largest family law practices in the commonwealth. David L. Ladov, who had been co-chair … Read More
A case involving plaintiffs who claim they were sold near inhabitable condo units in a posh Philadelphia neighborhood has settled for more than $1 million. Records show that late last month, the parties in LaForte v. 431 Fairmount Avenue Associates … Read More
The legal saga between Pennsylvania’s First Judicial District and a local attorney over a botched family courthouse deal has officially come to a close after the defendants recently agreed to pay Philadelphia’s court system $4 million to settle the legal … Read More
John “Jack” V. O’Hara, a partner with Philadelphia law firm Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel, has lost his battle with cancer. The attorney, who was only 48 years old, died Dec. 1 after succumbing to the disease, the firm announced … Read More
The western Pennsylvania judge who was specially appointed to preside over the First Judicial District’s legal malpractice case stemming from the botched family court deal has dismissed two counterclaims that had been filed by the attorney who is being sued … Read More
A Philadelphia law firm has filed a breach of contract suit against a Pennsylvania corporation that operates nursing home facilities over claims that the defendant has failed to fully compensate the plaintiff for legal services. Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel … Read More
Former Pa. Justice Newman loses bid to shield herself from deposition in family court legal malpractice case
Former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Sandra Schulz Newman, who oversaw the initial stages of a planned family court facility in Philadelphia that later became the subject of great controversy, has been denied a request for a protective order that would have shielded her from having to give a discovery deposition in what has become a legal malpractice case initiated by the First Judicial District against the attorney who had been hired to scope out potential locations for a new family court building.
Chester County’s former chief law enforcer is planning to start a new position with an area law firm.
The chief justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the entire First Judicial District of Pennsylvania have filed a lawsuit over the botched plan for a new Family Court facility in Philadelphia.