Corrective Legislation for Powers of Attorney and Confessions of Judgment is now law!
11/1/2016 | Commercial Litigation Blog
Back in 2014, the Pennsylvania General Assembly amended a portion of the Probate, Estates and Fiduciaries Code to revise the requirements for Powers of Attorney. Governor Corbett signed it on July 2, 2014, and it became Act 95 of 2014.
10/20/2016 | Commercial Litigation Blog, Construction Blog, Events & Seminars, General
Kaplin Stewart’s 2017 Fall Seminar Series Kaplin Stewart’s 2016 Fall Seminar Series Continues PBI A Day on Real Estate Maury Reiter, Esquire is speaking at the PBI A Day on Real Estate East in Philadelphia on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. Mr. Reiter’s topic from 10:15 a.m. -11:15 a.am. is ” Using a Partnership as Your Entity: Capital Commitments, Tax Allocations and Distribution Provision“. PA CLE: 5.00 hours Substantive Credits, 1 hour Ethics Credits Gather Fresh Perspectives on […]
JULY 08, 1776 : THE LIBERTY BELL RINGS
7/8/2016 | Commercial Litigation Blog, Kaplin Stewart Blog
In Philadelphia, the Liberty Bell rings out from the tower of the Pennsylvania State House (now known as Independence Hall), summoning citizens to the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence, by Colonel John Nixon. On July 4, the historic document was adopted by the delegates to the Continental Congress meeting in the State House. However, the Liberty Bell was not rung until the Declaration of Independence returned from the printer on July 8.
These Words Were Written Nearly 55 Years Ago…
3/2/2016 | Commercial Litigation Blog
…but they could have been written yesterday. Read on…
Another Thing That Drives Me Crazy
2/29/2016 | Commercial Litigation Blog
Here’s Another Thing That Drives Me Crazy (one more in an occasional series). In center city Philadelphia, street numbers count up as you go west.