Philadelphia civil litigation and trial attorney Maxwell Kennerly is passionate about blogging and social networking, and it comes through on every page of his blog, Litigation and Trial. A self-described “tech geek,” Max found it easy to make a jump from e-mail dialogues to blogging, especially when he took into account the business possibilities.
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The Executive Editor of the New England Journal of Medicine recently called the DePuy ASR hip replacement recall a “public health nightmare” and a prime example for why the FDA needs to fix the “510(k) clearance” loophole that allows the … Continue reading →© Max...
In retrospect, it’s obvious: battering your brain and sustaining concussions on a regular basis as part of your job can have severe long-term consequences. I remember back when I played football in school that there was already a long-standing debate … Continue reading →© Max...
In the blink of an eye, Jimmy Leeward’s P-51 Galloping Ghost went from rounding the last turn at National Championship Air Races in Reno to sharply pitching upward, rolling over, and then diving straight down into box seats full of … Continue reading →© Max Kennerly. The original for...
Earlier this week the Pennsylvania Association for Justice sent out a “Legislative Alert” on the six proposed bills in the Pennsylvania state legislature aimed at cheating injured consumers, patients, and citizens out of fair compensation: HB. 184 Creating specialty courts … Continue reading...
As a lawyer, you’re either a conversationalist, a counselor, a writer, a storyteller, or some mixture of them all. I spend a fair amount of my time reading or writing pleadings and briefs, a fair amount of time either preparing … Continue reading →© Max Kennerly. The original for...
There’s an interesting dichotomy in artistic fields like photography and music in which the audience often describes art as having ineffable qualities arising from inspiration, creativity, and talent, while artists describe art like work as being the product of persistence, … Continue...
I complained back when the Supreme Court’s Perdue v. Kenny A. opinion first came out more than a year ago, knocking down attorney’s fees awarded to a set of extraordinary children’s rights lawyers: It’s no stretch to say those lawyers … Continue reading →© Max...
I’ve written several times before how difficult it is to sue the government for failing to do its job, like how you can’t sue the police department for failing to enforce a court order. It’s tough to sue the government … Continue reading →© Max Kennerly. The original...
Search engine optimization is all the rage today, and one of the most common tools is to create an infographic. In theory, people will see your pretty graphic and, if they agree with it, will link to it, and thereafter … Continue reading →© Max Kennerly. The original for this post is...
If you follow any legal news or law blogs, you won’t go long without another article on the concept of “work-life balance.” I try to stay out of the debate because it usually goes nowhere, but I’ve even had a … Continue reading →© Max Kennerly. The original for...