In the most recent chapter of litigation spanning more than 23 years, on September 27, 2017, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court affirmed a subcontractor’s $1.68 million dollar award entered pursuant to the Contractor Subcontractor Payment Act. Monica Reynolds, co-counsel to the subcontractor, has represented the subcontractor since 2002 in its efforts to pierce the corporate veil and collect its $200,000 arbitration award obtained under the Contractor Subcontractor Payment Act (“CASPA”) in 1998. Continue reading
Julia M. Jacobelli joins Connor, Weber & Oberlies practicing insurance defense litigation.
This year we were honored to have six of our Attorneys selected as the Top Lawyers on the Main Line by Main Line Today. Attorneys are nominated for this distinction by peer balloting and then vetted by the Main Line Today editors.
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court: very minor deviations from underinsured motorist coverage rejection form permitted
In Ford v. American States Insurance Company, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently clarified that “de minimis,” or minor, deviations from the underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage rejection form set out in Section 1731 of the Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law can nevertheless “specifically comply” with Section 1731. Ford v. American States Ins. Co., No. 13 WAP 2016, 2017 WL 694744 (Pa. February 22, 2017).
Section 1731 requires that insurers obtain the signature of any insured wishing to reject UIM coverage on a form that contains specific language dictated by the General Assembly. Continue reading
Burlington County New Jersey is home to Joint Base MDL (JBMDL), which employs approximately 42,000 soldiers between the three bases (McGuire, Ft. Dix and Lakehurst). Approximately 60,000 military retirees live within a 50 mile radius of JBMDL. With such a dense population of active military and retirees, there is a good opportunity an attorney in the Central/Southern New Jersey region will represent current/former military personnel during the course of their legal career. As an attorney, and also as the military member, individuals should be aware of several special considerations when it comes to providing or seeking legal counsel. Continue reading
Margaret E. Wenke, Michael S. Mikulski, and Amelia M. Lolli were named as 2016 Top Lawyers by the SJ Magazine.
Margaret Wenke was nominated in the Automobile category. Michael Mikulski was nominated in the Litigation category. Amelia Lolli was nominated in the Insurance category.
For more information about the nominations, please visit: http://sjmagazine.net/cover-feature/top-attorneys-2016
William J. Weber, Monica Mathews Reynolds, and Elizabeth Zwaan Milne were named as 2016 Top Lawyers for the Main Line / Philadelphia region by Main Line Today.
William Weber was nominated in the Alternative Dispute Resolution and Business Law categories. Monica Reynolds was nominated in the Business Law and Civil Litigation categories.
Elizabeth Zwaan Milne was nominated in Elder Law, Tax, and Trusts & Wills categories.
For more information about the nominations, please visit: http://www.mainlinetoday.com/Main-Line-Today/August-2016/2016-Top-Lawyers/
Michael Mikulski and Amelia Lolli recently amicably resolved a Race Discrimination matter against a Public School District after successfully getting the Court to Dismiss more than half the Counts via Summary Judgment.
Shareholder Michael Mikulski has won the Republican Primary for Township Committee (Southampton Township, NJ) and will be running unopposed in the General Election