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Campbell Conroy & O’Neil Attorneys to Present CLE on Current Covid-Era Pre-Trial Practice in Philadelphia this Friday

April 2021

Emily J. Rogers and Meaghann C. Porth of Campbell Conroy & O’Neil will be among the presenters at a critical CLE on Friday April 23, 2021 at 1pm EST, updating attorneys as to all stages of civil pre-trial practice in Philadelphia and the changes that have been implemented as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic….

Bill Conroy is Featured Author in the April 2021 Edition of PDI Counterpoint

April 2021

Bill Conroy co-authored the lead article in the Pennsylvania Defense Institute’s quarterly periodical, Counterpoint: “Pennsylvania Supreme Court Overrules Azzarello, But Six Years Later The PBI Suggested Jury Instructions Continue to Resist Burial of the “Azzarello Doctrine.” The article discusses the groundbreaking case of Tincher v. Omega Flex, which was tried before a jury and successfully…

Lynne Ingram to Moderate Diversity Panel at Virtual DRI Women in the Law Seminar

April 2021

Lynne Ingram will moderate “All the Voices of the Rainbow – Adding Diversity and Confidence to the Legal Team” at this year’s virtual DRI Women in the Law Seminar taking place April 28-30, 2021. Among the distinguished panelists are Justice Teri Jackson of the First District Court of Appeal, Hon. Lyn Duryee (Ret.) with JAMS…

Lynne Ingram presented to PADC on Investigating Burn Injuries with Dr. Harri Kytomaa of Exponent

March 2021

On March 16, 2021, CC&O Member Lynne Ingram and Dr. Harri Kytomaa of Exponent presented a seminar on “Investigating Burn Injuries” as part of the Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel’s monthly luncheon webinar series. Burn injuries are a common occurrence in industrial settings and in our everyday interactions with consumer products. Despite the prevalence of…

Philadelphia Resumed In-Person Jury Trials

March 2021

On March 2, 2021, Philadelphia announced its plans to restart in-person civil jury trials, making it the largest jurisdiction to resume trials in 2021. The attached PowerPoint was presented by Civil Division Supervising Judge Daniel J. Anders, and includes information about what courtrooms will look like in the COVID-19 era, precautions and safety measures, priority…

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