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Served with a Subpoena? Here’s What To Do

Posted August 2, 2018

By Brian J. Forgue– You may have encountered the term “subpoena” in crime novels, television shows, movies, or the news. However, receiving a subpoena in real life can be a jarring and confusing experience especially if you have little or no familiarity with the court system and don’t know how to properly respond. A subpoena […]

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Patrick J. Gallo, Jr. Elected to CVC Board of Directors

Posted July 31, 2018

MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Patrick J. Gallo, Esq. has been elected to the Board of the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County. The Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County, Inc. (CVC) is a nonprofit agency providing free, immediate, and confidential crisis response and compassionate support to children and adults impacted by […]

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How Will Senate Bill 161 Affect Delaware’s Personal Injury Statute?

Posted July 17, 2018

By Tiffany M. Shrenk, Esquire– Delaware State Senate Bill 161 is currently awaiting consideration by the Banking, Business and Insurance Committee. If passed, it will drastically change the way medical providers are compensated when treating patients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents in Delaware. Currently, there is no fee schedule for medical providers […]

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Cell Phone GPS Data – Can The Police Access It and Use It to Arrest You?

Posted June 25, 2018

By Tim Rayne Cell phones have almost become a part of our bodies, with most people carrying their phones at all times. Cell phones continuously scan their environment looking for the best signal which comes from the closest cell site. Most modern phones tap into wireless networks countless times a day, whether the phone is […]

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United States Supreme Court Decides Same-Sex Wedding Cake Dispute

Posted June 5, 2018

By Timothy F. Rayne Shockingly, few cases are litigated all the way through the Supreme Court of the United States. In fact, in the 2017-18 Court Term, the Supreme Court decided to hear only 71 cases. So, the fact that a dispute over a wedding cake could be one of those few cases considered this […]

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Let’s Talk Money: Who is Responsible for Attorneys’ Fees in Civil Litigation?

Posted March 26, 2018

By Brian J. Forgue One of, if not the first question I am asked by new clients faced with litigation, plaintiffs and defendants alike, is, “well, if I win, the other side has to pay my attorneys’ fees, right?” It is important to know that this is a remarkably common misconception about litigation in Pennsylvania […]

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Delaware PIP coverage: What to Know About Independent Medical Examinations

Posted January 16, 2018

By Tiffany M. Shrenk Were you injured in a motor vehicle collision in Delaware while occupying a vehicle insured in Delaware? The coverage of that vehicle is the primary payer of medical treatment and lost wages, known as your personal injury protection coverage or “PIP”. PIP coverage determines the number of payments your insurance company […]

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MacElree Harvey Welcomes Labor & Employment Attorney Jess M. Simon

Posted June 7, 2017

June, 2017 MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Jess M. Simon has joined the firm’s Employment practice as an Of Counsel. Ms. Simon will divide her time between the firm’s West Chester and new Bala Cynwyd offices. For nearly 30 years, Ms. Simon has practiced exclusively in the area of labor and employment law. She has tremendous experience […]

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The Legal Uncertainty Surrounding the Disposition of Frozen Embryos in American Divorce Proceedings

Posted February 3, 2015

Child custody battles and fights over the disposition of marital property are frequent occurrences during divorce proceedings. The enduring fight to maintain control and raise one’s children typically revolves around issues such as residency and visitation rights. Most often, the couple argues over which side is entitled to custody based upon a superior ability to […]

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Probation Before Judgment: Dismissal in Slow Motion

Posted February 3, 2015

In Delaware, the Attorney General is the criminal prosecutor for all three counties. The Attorney General’s authority to drop charges or “nolle prosse” charges was and remains absolute. Prior to 1999, the Delaware Attorney General’s Office had an informal practice commonly referred to as “Attorney General’s Probation.” This practice allowed a criminal defendant to agree […]

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