One of the things I enjoy about writing for this publication is that I am often forced to cover cases outside of my usual practice. It's difficult to sort out the law sometimes, but it's a valuable practice. For example, in this issue I wrote about the Deficiency Judgment Act and Petitions to Fix Fair Market Value. My other summary covers a Pennsylvania procedural issue: "Superior Court Holds Party Must File Post-Trial Motions, Not Direct Appeal, Following Trial Judge’s Assessment of Damages on Remand."
Lawffice Space readers searching for the usual employment law content may be interested in "Pennsylvania Supreme Court Adopts 'Truthfulness' Defense for Tortious Interference with Contractual Relations Claims."