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Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP Welcomes Attorney Brook T. Dirlam, in joining the Firm’s Law Practice | Published Sep 19, 2017
Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Brook T. Dirlam as a new attorney to our firm. Mr. Dirlam is an associate in Thomas, Thomas & Hafer’s Pittsburgh office

Attorney Regina M. Parker Article Featured in the September Issue of the Philadelphia Bar Reporter | Published Sep 18, 2017
Regina M. Parker, Esquire article on Opioid Treatment is featured in the September Issue of the Philadelphia Bar Reporter

Thomas, Thomas & Hafer, LLP has Six Attorneys listed in 2018’s “Best Lawyers in America©” | Published Sep 11, 2017
Thomas, Thomas & Hafer is pleased to announce the recognition of six attorneys listed in Best Lawyers in America© 2018.

TT&H DEVISES BEST PRACTICES FOR DEALING WITH THE PROTZ DECISION! | Published Sep 08, 2017

Best Practices for Protz
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Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP Welcomes Attorney R. Bradley Peiffer, in joining the Firm’s Law Practice | Published Sep 06, 2017
Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP is pleased to announce the addition of R. Bradley Peiffer as a new attorney to our firm.

Washington, DC Office Has New Address | Published Sep 01, 2017
Please note our office in Washington, DC now has a new address.

TT&H eNotes: Liability: September 2017 | Published Aug 31, 2017
Firm News & Significant Case Summaries

Lou Long prevails on appeal, as the Pennsylvania Superior Court affirms the entry of declaratory judgment on a professional services exclusion. | Published Aug 25, 2017
The Superior Court of Pennsylvania affirmed a declaratory judgment TT&H Attorney Lou Long had obtained at the trail court level

Attorney Regina Parker Article Featured on Front Page of the Philadelphia Bar Reporter | Published Aug 22, 2017
Attorney Regina M. Parker article on Medicaid is featured on the cover of the August Issue of the Philadelphia Bar Reporter.

Proposed Maryland legislation attempting to further broaden the pre-litigation disclosure of policy limits fails. | Published Aug 15, 2017
During Maryland’s most recent legislative session, which ran from January 11, 2017 to April 10, 2017, legislation was proposed to expand the types of cases in which insurers must disclose policy limits to claimants before a lawsuit is ever filed.