Have you ever used your cell phone to record audio, video, or even taken a picture, without the permission of the subject of the captured image or sound? Whether one has a right to make these images, or even if [ Read More ]
It has become standard practice in all types of litigation for lawyers to search publicly available information on social media websites. A number of legal commentators have suggested that it is malpractice to NOT perform a search of social media [ Read More ]
Every day I read something new in the newspaper about Kathleen Kane (Pennsylvania’s elected Attorney General). Today the article I read addressed how she avoided a Senate vote to remove her from office. The State Constitution allows the Governor to [ Read More ]
Jane, a grandmother, while on the way to visit her grandchildren, was in a car wreck on the road her grandchildren lived. She so feared the location, she refused to visit her grandchildren for years.