Blog: LItigation

Landowners Who Welcome Recreational Users Get More Protection From Lawsuits

Landowners who own large, undeveloped parcels of land are often approached to let their neighbors or others cross the land on a trail or access it for a cross country...

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Supreme Court Decision Impacts Ability to Remove Class Action Cases

On May 28, 2019, the United States Supreme Court issued an important decision affecting both class-action practice, and litigants’ ability to remove litigation to...

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Immediate-Past Montgomery Bar Association President Joins Timoney Knox

Timoney Knox, LLP is pleased to announce that Eric B. Smith, Esquire, has joined the firm, which is comprised of 25 attorneys representing a diverse practice area. Smith, of Bryn Mawr, focuses his

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Judicial Hellholes? Not Exactly.

Each year the American Tort Reform Foundation publishes its “Judicial Hellhole” report, seeking to enhance awareness of jurisdictions,...

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“For The Defense:” The Five Most Effective Motions In Limine in Any Coverage Dispute

Two of our attorneys, Robert T. Horst and Daniel L. Petrilli, have been published in  the October 2015 issue of "For The Defense."   Check out their article here:

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Governor Wolf Proposes a Tax on Services

In a move called by...

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