In Celebration of Black History Month, We Honor George Boyer Vashon, Esquire – Legal Pioneer and Educator

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By: Lisanne L. Mikula, Esquire Upon admission to the Bar, each lawyer in Pennsylvania is assigned a unique identification number.  The holder of Pennsylvania Attorney Identification No. 1 is George Boyer Vashon—who received this honor upon his admission to the Pennsylvania Bar on May 4, 2010—more than 160 years after his application for admission to […]


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By: Robert B. George, Esquire Many of your co-workers are probably still wracked with football fever. Whether they were cheering for their favorite team (the Eagles, of course), the halftime show, or the much-talked-about commercials, it’s a good bet that most of your co-workers tuned into at least part of the Super Bowl game-day programming. […]


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By Pamela A. Lee, Esquire The public outrage over the crimes committed by former USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar is rightly justified.  After pleading guilty to seven counts of sexual misconduct and listening to over 150 young women give their victim impact statements, Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for using […]


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By:     Mathew H. Fry, Esquire Congratulations to the Philadelphia Eagles for winning the NFC Championship and earning a Super Bowl berth!  Sunday’s resounding victory is especially exciting for us Philadelphia fans, who are thirsting for the Lombardi Trophy.  Although we hope that you continue to enjoy the celebrations over the next two weeks – and […]

MAS Top 100 Trial Lawyer 2018 Badge

Congratulations to our own Mark A. Sereni, Esq. for being named a member of the “Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Pennsylvania” by The National Trial Lawyers organization!

Wanted: Highly-Motivated Job Seekers (But Only Those Under Age 40 Need Apply)

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By: Lisanne L. Mikula, Esquire   Facebook is famous (or, at times, infamous) for its targeted advertising.  Russian bots aside, many people appreciate seeing ads on their Facebook feed relating to the account holder’s publicly posted interests. (Eagles fan? Here’s the playoffs t-shirt you’ve been waiting for!) Recently, however, The New York Times and ProPublica, […]

New Year but Old Estate Plan? It’s Time to Review It

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  By:    Robert B. George, Esquire A common misconception many people have about estate planning is that once it’s initially finished, the job is done forever. The reality, however, is that an effective estate plan, much like one’s own life, is ever-changing, and should be reviewed periodically to see what needs to be updated […]

Should We Draw a Line Down the Middle of our Marital Residence like in War of the Roses? Exclusive Possession in Pennsylvania

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By: Robert B. George, Esquire Under current Pennsylvania law, both spouses have the right to equal access to the marital residence after a divorce action has commenced.  This means that both spouses have the right to continue to reside in the residence if they so choose following the commencement of a divorce action by one […]

Who Says Lawyers Don’t Have A Sense Of Humor?

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By:      Pamela A. Lee, Esquire Have you heard this oldie but goodie?             What did a lawyer name her daughter?  Sue!                         Or:             It was so cold today that I saw a lawyer with his hands in his own pockets! Who says lawyers don’t have a sense of humor? Many lawyers have quite […]

Bah, Humbug! A “Seasoned” Lawyer’s Review of Holiday Classics

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By: Lisanne L. Mikula, Esquire Nobody warned me in law school that lawyers simply can’t read books or watch TV or movies the same way that normal folks do.  Forget courtroom dramas—I’m too busy tracking the violations of the rules of evidence to pay attention to the plot. Cinematic car chases never provide me with […]

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