Legal Topics

Client Success: Jeremy Young

From VP of Cybersecurity for a billion dollar corporation to owner of a multi-million dollar company, Erie native Jeremy Young's got quite the story. So how did he do it?

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Is What You Tell Your Lawyer Confidential?

What is Attorney-Client Privilege?

One of the first questions asked by new clients when they meet with an attorney is whether the information they give to the attorney will remain confidential. In order to provide the most accurate legal advice, an attorney must know all of the details of your case, which may include very personal information. Pennsylvania law protects communications between attorneys and clients in two ways.

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Is Your Website Going to Get You Sued?

A new trend in disability lawsuits is on the rise.  Individuals with disabilities are suing companies whose websites are not accessible to the blind or visually impaired as violative of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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What to do if you have been sued

How Do Lawsuits Work? and What Do You Do If You Are Sued In Pennsylvania?


In this post, we explain the process of being involved in a lawsuit.  There are many steps to the process, and it can be very time consuming.  However, Pennsylvania Courts do offer ways to resolve lawsuits more efficiently. 

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Collecting Debts That are Owed to You


More likely than not, you started your business to make money.

What can you do if someone has not paid you?

Lawyers can be helpful in collecting money that is owed to you or your business.

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Why You Need a Lawyer for Your Real Estate Purchase or Sale

Each party to a real estate transaction, both the buyer and seller, should have their own attorney involved in the transaction.  Find out what those lawyers do for clients when buying or selling a house.


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Erie PA Child Custody FAQ's


Q:        How does the judge decide who gets custody?

Q:        What is the difference between physical and legal custody?

Q:        Is there a presumption that the Mother should be awarded custody?

Q:        What happens if a party refuses to follow the custody order? 

Q:        We have a custody order in place, but I am no longer satisfied with it.  Can I obtain a new custody order 



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