Monthly Archives: July 2012

Foreclosure Flaws.

Wells Fargo Bank NA v. Lupori, 8 A.3d 919 (Pa. Super. 2010) is aPennsylvania case which analyzes who has the right to foreclose on a mortgaged property. This issue has become increasingly important given the housing crisis over the past … Continue reading

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Every Hurdle Must be Cleared to Win in Legal Malpractice.

Hedinger & Lawless, LLC v. Betal Enterprises Inc., 2011 WL 813047, (Super Ct. NJ, App. Div. 2011) is a case which examines the definition of the attorney-client relationship, and specifically how it is instrumental in legal malpractice actions. The determination … Continue reading

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Custody and Legal-Malpractice; Unfamiliar Foes.

Abeln v. Eidelman, 2012 WL 1379516 (Pa. Com. Pl. 2012) is a legal malpractice case out of Lehigh county,Pennsylvania. The case is different than those normally spoken about because it primarily involved representation related to a custody dispute. The child’s … Continue reading

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The Attorney-Client Agreement.

Alpert, Goldberg, Butler, Norton & Weiss P.C. v. Quinn, 410 N.J. Super. 510 (N.J. Super., App. Div. 2009) is an important case because of the way the analysis contextualizes the attorney-client relationship. The background of the case is not as … Continue reading

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