No Lawyers Allowed – Discovery Rule Decision Bars Counsel from Observing Evaluation

By | Pennsylvania Family Law | April 20, 2016
No Lawyers Allowed – Discovery Rule Decision Bars Counsel from Observing Evaluation

The Discovery Rules account for all manner of need for obtaining evidence. Many of these rules are seldom, if ever, utilized by family law attorneys because either they are not germane to a family law case; not permitted by the Divorce Code (i.e. prohibition against discovery in simple support cases), or; family court cases have their own procedure for obtaining the information.

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General Jurisdiction Over Foreign Corporations Revised by the Delaware Supreme Court

The interlocutory appeal in the case of Genuine Parts Company v. Cepec presented one question:  “whether Delaware may exercise general jurisdiction over a foreign corporation for claims having nothing to do with Delaware, as a price for the corporation agreeing simply to be able to do business in Delaware.”

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