Law Review Archive: September, 2011

A turnaround in commercial real estate?

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Talk of an impending recession aside, can a recovery in commercial real estate be far behind if a Center City law firm that for the past few... Read more

Illinois admits bad law school admissions data

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Villanova University Law School now is not alone in having to deal with reputational fallout from the disclosure that grades of incoming freshmen... Read more

Senator wants focus on elder abuse

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Sen. Herb Kohl, the Wisconsin Democrat who chairs the Senate Special Committee on Aging, is calling on the Justice Department to focus more... Read more

Live Chat on Financial Scams and the Elderly

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Join Michael Byrne, chief counsel of the Pennsylvania Securities Commission, at 11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 19, for a live Internet chat on financial... Read more

Would a tax fix work for Obamacare's constitutional problems?

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Federal District Court judge Christopher C. Conner further stoked passions over President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care... Read more

Will computers predict litigation results; write briefs?

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Larry Ribstein, the polymath law professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, playing off an article about computer programs designed... Read more
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New name for Hangley Aronchick

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The Center City firm of Hangley Aronchick Segal & Pudlin said Monday that it has added partner Ronald Schiller to the name of the firm... Read more

The 9/11 legal battle

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If nothing else, the lawsuit filed Thursday by Cozen O’Connor, the Center City law firm, against the government of Saudi Arabia, various... Read more