LawMatters – May 2021
Welcome to the May 2021 edition of LawMatters.
This month we explore non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Pennsylvania’s new law requiring police background disclosures and the intersection of divorce and cognitive decline. You can read more about Offit Kurman’s new office in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and our ranking on American Lawyer’s prestigious Am Law 200 list. And as always, we provide updates on newsworthy matters, our new lawyers, upcoming events and the latest regarding COVID-19.
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Offit Kurman Opens Law Office in Spartanburg, South Carolina With Leading Family Law Practitioner Ben Stevens
Offit Kurman announced today that it will open an office in Spartanburg, South Carolina, marking the opening of the firm’s second office in South Carolina. The Stevens Firm Family Law Center...
- Divorce and Dementia – Why You Need an Attorney Knowledgeable in Both Areas
- NFTs are New Fangled Technology Worth Taking Seriously
- Offit Kurman Named to American Lawyer’s Prestigious Am Law 200 List
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