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I would not recommend this lawyer because he took weeks to return phone calls, if they were returned, and he... more
Philadelphia  Michael David Brophy

Michael Brophy

Philadelphia, PA Health Care
Avvo rating 7.1
This Attorney is no joke. He worked round the clock for two weeks to get my trial ready and we won. Now just... more
Philadelphia  Amato T. Sanita

Amato Sanita

Philadelphia, PA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Charged with speeding 94 in a 65mph on GSP. Raymond was able to negotiate a plea with no points and no loss... more
Philadelphia  Raymond T Dorizio

Raymond Dorizio

Philadelphia, PA Child Custody
Avvo rating No concern
Nan is a experience attorney with a broad range of talent in many areas. She has helped me in some of the... more
Philadelphia  Nancy B. G. Lassen

Nancy Lassen

Philadelphia, PA Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 9.2
Christian represented me in my worker's compensation claim with the highest level of professionalism, yet... more
Philadelphia  Christian Michael Petrucci

Christian Petrucci

Philadelphia, PA Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 10.0
Before I hired Mark, I googled him and I looked at the reviews about him. He is exactly as he has been... more
Philadelphia  Mark Copoulos

Mark Copoulos

Philadelphia, PA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.3
Ms. Lassen was the most committed, tireless, hardworking, supportive, attorney I have ever worked with. This... more
Philadelphia  Nancy B. G. Lassen

Nancy Lassen

Philadelphia, PA Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 9.2
4 years we battled our mortgage company - Matthew won in court which overturned a scheduled foreclosure.... more
Philadelphia  Matthew Weisberg

Matthew Weisberg

Morton, PA Civil Rights
Avvo rating 8.5

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practicing lawyers in Philadelphia

In February 2010, Philadelphia's Lower Merion School District was sued for allegedly spying on students using the webcams in school-issued laptops.

The suit alleged that school officials had taken hundreds of webcam images from the laptop of Blake Robbins, a high school junior - including one while he was sleeping.

After an 8-month court battle, the Lower Merion School District settled for $610,000.