A recent Philadelphia Court ruling rejected a new land valuation method used by the city to assess the property tax burden of condominium owners. In rejecting the city’s approach, the court embraced the traditional valuation process more commonly used to assess the amount of property tax condominium owners must pay.
Ballard Spahr associate, Dina Bleckman (LAW ’18), unpacks Philadelphia’s ten-year real estate tax abatement debate.
Third Circuit Judge Dolores K. Sloviter retired in 2016, leaving behind a remarkable legacy. As a member of […]
Noah J. Goodman (LAW ’16) analyzes the opportunity cost incurred by MLB players who sign contract extensions that delay free agency.
Dan Werther (LAW ’86) shares lessons for law students and young lawyers gleaned across a successful and satisfying career.
Jonathan Broder explores Qualified Opportunity Zones in the context of Conrail’s use of a QOZ fund to reinvest in property in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia.
Going from entrepreneur to CEO. Temple Alumni and Faculty discuss the local Philly startup scene and share some advice for young lawyers and law students.
Ajay Raju (LAW ’96) sits down with the editors of The 10-Q to discuss law firm growth.