Business Destroyers Webinar on November 28 Gibson & Perkins, PC

Business Destroyers Webinar on November 28

Business Destroyers Webinar on November 28 Firm Partner Edward L. Perkins, along with guests Michael Siddons and Greg Scott, will present a Webinar titled “Business Destroyers:  Death, Disability, Divorce, Disruption” on Tuesday November 28, 2017. This program is available for CPE credit in states under NASBA jurisdiction and also CLE in various states, including Pennsylvania,…

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues The Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure permit litigants to appeal certain orders even though the order has not disposed of all claims and of all parties. In other words, under certain circumstances you can take an appeal from a non-final order. Orders falling under this exception…

December 19-21  Gibson Presents on Negotiating Insurance Claims

December 19-21:  Gibson Presents on Negotiating Insurance Claims

December 19-21:  Gibson Presents on Negotiating Insurance Claims On December 19, 2017 (Dover, DE) and December 21, 2017 (Wilmington, DE), attorney Patrick Gibson will be a part of a seminar program entitled ‘Negotiating Claims with Insurance Companies’ for the National Business Institute. Mr. Gibson will lead hours 2, 3, and 4 of the seminar with…

December 18-20 Gibson Presents on Attorney Fees & Client Funds

December 18-20: Gibson Presents on Attorney Fees & Client Funds

December 18-20: Gibson Presents on Attorney Fees & Client Funds On December 18, 2017 (Dover, DE) and December 20, 2017 (Wilmington, DE), attorney Patrick Gibson will be a part of a seminar program entitled ‘Legal Ethics:  Attorney Fees and Client Funds’ for the National Business Institute. Mr. Gibson will be joined by attorney Benjamin Schwartz,…

October 17 Perkins Lectures for PBI on Irrevocable Trusts

October 17: Perkins Lectures for PBI on Irrevocable Trusts

October 17:  Perkins Lectures for PBI on Irrevocable Trusts On October 17, 2017, firm Partner Edward L. Perkin JD, LLM (Tax), CPA, will lecture on ‘Irrevocable Trusts:  Drafting With the Right Ingredients’ at the CLE Conference Center in Philadelphia’s historic Wanamaker Building.  The program will run from 9:00AM to 12:15PM, with Mr. Perkins being joined…

Appellate Tip Preserve your Client’s Issues

Appellate Tip: Preserve your Client’s Issues

Appellate Tip: Preserve your Client’s Issues This month’s appellate practice tip is primarily concerned with the conduct of your client’s case at the lower court. Since the appellate court can only consider the record as it was developed below, it is critical, and procedurally required, that you make sure any appealable issue is preserved in…

Appellate Practice Tip Supersedeas & Injunctions

Appellate Practice Tip: Supersedeas & Injunctions

Appellate Practice Tip:  Supersedeas & Injunctions Appealing a trial court’s order will not automatically prevent the other party from enforcing that order. Unless an exception applies, a notice of appeal does not act as a supersedeas or stay of the trial court’s order (Pa.R.A.P. 1701 (3)). In order to prevent an adverse party from enforcing…

LLC Operating Agreements Webinar on September 28

LLC Operating Agreements Webinar on September 28

LLC Operating Agreements Webinar on September 28 Firm Partner Edward L. Perkins, along with associate Steven Chisholm, will present a “Drafting LLC Operating Agreements” Webinar on Thursday September 28, 2017. This program is available for CPE credit in states under NASBA jurisdiction and also CLE in various states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New Jersey,…

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip  What Should You Do If You’re Sued

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip: What Should You Do If You’re Sued?

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip:  What Should You Do If You’re Sued? If You’re Sued Don’t defend yourself – you could void your malpractice coverage – instead, contact your carrier. Most carriers will permit you to file preliminary objections in Pennsylvania or A Motion to Dismiss in Delaware in order to avoid paying the deductible if…