User Rating: / 0

20121105pg_bassmasterclassic_150Starting your week with the Post-Gazette Business/law package today begins with a report by the PG's Ann Belser on the mechanics and challenges of winding down a non-profit entity that has run its course.

The PG's Joyce Gannon reports on the volunteer efforts by attorneys here and around the country to provide voter rights information and representation rolling into Tuesday's elections.

The Legal Intelligencer staff offers a overview of the impact of Hurricane Sandy on legal proceedings, crowded courtroom schedules, law firm operations and even prison overcrowding.

20121105_votebuttonB_photocom78485468_60And from the weekend, returning to the election theme, the Panic Street Lawyer's Jay Hornack offers Pennsylvania voting survivor tips just in time for Tuesday's balloting.

(Top image: A fishing pro at 2005's Bassmaster Classic tournament in Pittsburgh. John Beale/Post-Gazette)

Comments (0)Add Comment

Write comment
You must be logged in to post a comment. Please register if you do not have an account yet.


Legal Headlines from the Post-Gazette

  • Elder Law Guys: Planning finances when spouse moves to nursing facility
    In our February column, we discussed some basics of nursing home finances for married couples. Our hypothetical couple, Marie and Ralph, were working to protect their resources and income for Ralph, who was going to become the “community spouse” with Marie’s imminent admission to a skilled nursing facility as the...
  • Law firms Reed Smith and Pepper Hamilton in merger talks
    Hoping to bounce back from recent departures and layoffs, Reed Smith LLP is discussing a merger with Philadelphia-based Pepper Hamilton LLP that would create a law firm with more than 2,000 lawyers worldwide and $1.5 billion in revenue.
  • Business workshop: Is it time for PA businesses to restructure?
    The death of Pennsylvania’s capital stock tax may prompt many Pennsylvania companies to rethink their corporate structure.
  • Speed beats trademarks on social media
    Many companies assume that owning a registered trademark means they have a right to any usernames on social media that may be associated with their trademarks. But in the world of social media, the first person to register an account name often has the upper hand, regardless of trademark ownership.
  • Personal injury firm says paralegal fired over negative Facebook posts
    Philadelphia personal injury firm Messa & Associates denied last week wage-and-hour claims levied by a former paralegal, instead saying she was fired because she posted negative things about the firm in public forums.

News, Views and Updates ...

Want to comment?

STRICTLY LEGAL click to enlarge

Supreme Court Twitter roundup by email

Subscribe to a daily email roundup of Pa. Supreme Court Twitter posts delivered to your inbox each day between 3 and 5 p.m.:

1. Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

© 2010 Post-Gazette Publishing Co. All rights reserved. Privacy, usage and commenting policies.
Home | Sports | Arts & Entertainment | Living | News | Opinion | Contact Us |