The Philadelphia Lawyer Summer 2010

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Cover and Table of Contents

From the Editor
by Deborah Weinstein

Briefs & In Memoriam

Animal Law
The case against horse-drawn carriages in Philadelphia
by Dara Lovitz

Labor and Employment Law
Big changes are expected in the regulation of labor management relations
by Robert J. Haurin

Insurance Law
Is the health care reform law constitutional?
by Stacy N. Lilly

The 10 Worst Supreme Court Decisions
A not-so-glorious look back at some of the most notorious decisions ever issued by the nation's highest court
by M. Kelly Tillery

The Defendant is Guilded
"I'm a very good lawyer," nine-year-old Anna proclaimed from the front seat of her father's car
by Joseph A. Dworetzky

Art in the Courts
The centennial of the Workers' Compensation Act is commemorated with a commissioned painting
by Judge Scott Olin

Going Green
The Bar Association and city law offices do their part for our environment
by Michael B. Hayes, Kim R. Jessum and Sophia Lee

10 Questions for dean Ken Gormley
The head of Duquesne University School of Law is the author of the bestselling book, The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Star
by Peter F. Vaira

12 Years Running
Attorney and self-proclaimed running geek Neill Clark has won the legal competition of the Bar Association's 5K run for 12 straight years
by Jeff Lyons

I’m Not Concerned
A Poem by Wanda E. Flowers

From Inner City to Center City
One PAL youngster's triumphant journey to attorney
by Raina Goods

Unleash the full power of Adobe Acrobat Professional
by Daniel J. Siegel

Book Review
American Lightning by Howard Blum
by Peter F. Vaira

That Was Then - 1990
Philadelphia Bar Association’s Annual 10K Run