A Global Guide for In-House Counsel: Doing business in a rapidly changing world

Commercial – Crypto & NFTs “Many retail investors, particularly those who chose to put their money into FTX, went looking for the greater fool only to find themselves looking in the mirror” What are the biggest investment opportunities in digital – and how can clients decide on the best entry point for them? It is […]

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Transportation Attorney Addresses Supply Chain Issues Facing Trucking Industry

What is going on with America’s supply chain? Why can’t we get goods being sent from Asia, and where have all the truck drivers gone? Transportation law attorney Timothy S. Groustra of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote analyzes the causes and the effects of the nationwide supply chain problem.

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Dickie McCamey announces plans to move headquarters

Dickie McCamey, one of Pittsburgh’s oldest law firms, will move to a new location in Gateway Center, ending a 38-year occupancy of Two PPG Place, the law firm announced today. In April 2025, the law firm will move 300-yards to the west across Stanwix Street and will begin its 120th year of continuous operation within […]

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Review of Current Clean Energy Tax Credits and Legislative Proposals

Policymakers are working with the White House to expand existing clean energy tax credits, as well as creating new credits for certain projects. This Energy Law Insight will focus on certain existing tax credit provisions within the Internal Revenue Code related to medium and heavy duty zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) trucking, carbon oxide sequestration, hydrogen production, and advanced […]

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UPDATE: Dickie McCamey’s Plan for Operations in Response to the COVID-19 Virus

In accordance with the orders of state governors, our California, Colorado, Delaware, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and West Virginia offices are operating on a remote basis almost exclusively. Our North Carolina offices continue to function through a combination of remote and on-site services, as appropriate. As circumstances evolve, we will […]

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Dickie McCamey Opens Office in Colorado – 17 Locations and Growing

October 2, 2017(Pittsburgh, PA) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C., a national, full-service law firm, is pleased to announce the opening of its Denver, Colorado office effective October 1, 2017. This marks the firm’s 17th office and its first in the Rocky Mountain region.Managing Driector Jeffrey Wiley says, “The addition of a […]

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Attorneys DelGreco and Veverka Keep Client from a Life in Prison

July 15, 2017 (Pittsburgh, PA) For Immediate Release – Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. attorneys Robert DelGreco, Jr. and Albert P. Veverka, defended James Bongionrni, who was charged with criminal homicide.  After a one week jury trial, defended by DelGreco and Veverka, Mr. Bongiorni was acquitted of all charges based on a justification defense.  Mr. […]

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From The Archive: RESPECTED JURIST DISMISSES MASSIVE DATA BREACH CLASS ACTION

In a Case of First Impression in Pennsylvania, Respected Jurist Dismisses Massive Data Breach Class Action, Finding that an Employer has no Common Law or Implied Contractual Duty to Secure Employee Data In a case of first impression in Pennsylvania, a widely respected Allegheny County judge, the Honorable R. Stanton Wettick, Jr., dismissed a data […]

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Dickie McCamey’s 2017 Pro Bono Award Recipients Announced

April 7, 2017 (Pittsburgh, PA) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. has awarded its annual David B. Fawcett Pro Bono honor to two deserving recipients –Jason L. Ott and Genevieve A. Pecharka. The award is presented annually to the firm’s associate who has given their time to help those in need – a trademark […]

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Zirillo Co-Chair of Appalachia General Counsel Forum

May 2017 (Pittsburgh, PA) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Jesse Zirillo, a Shareholder of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. is co-chair of the Institute for Energy Law’s (IEL) Annual Appalachia General Counsel Forum. The event is in its fourth year and is presented by the IEL’s Young Energy Professionals Practice Committee. The May 25th event will […]

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Second Dismissal Affirmed based on the Law-of-the-Case Doctrine

Written by Joseph L. Nelson After negotiating a plea from four felony counts to a single, criminal negligence claim, two North Carolina criminal defense attorneys stood accused of legal malpractice when their client’s sentence included a steep fine and prison time. The client claimed that he had been illicitly promised certain favorable terms, such as avoiding […]

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