By: Jacob Oslick

Pennsylvania practice has always possessed an old-timey charm.  Pennsylvania doesn’t have “Clerks of the Court.”  It has “Prothonotaries.”  Pennsylvania attorneys don’t “Notice” a motion.  They file “Praecipes.”  And Pennsylvania takes pride that its Supreme Court dates back to 1722, making it 67 years older than SCOTUS. 

But times change, and technology with it.  Over the past twenty
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