Print Profile
Lawyer Directory>Pennsylvania Lawyers>Philadelphia Lawyers>Frederick J. Lavalley

Frederick J. Lavalley, Attorney at Law

Frederick Lavalley has a law practice in Philadelphia (PA)
215-963-5333
Lawyer has experience representing clients in various areas of Law.
Offices
Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 215-963-5333, Fax:    Map It
Address:  Work Phone:
City: County: Fax Phone:
State: ZIP: Tollfree Phone:
      GET DIRECTIONS      
Address:
City: State: ZIP:
Find
Practice Area
Please call to inquire within
Fees
Hourly Rates: Please call to inquire within
Fixed-Price Services: Please call to inquire within
Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • Pennsylvania (PA) 1972
Professional Organizations and Memberships
    Education
    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    Pennsylvania

    Philadelphia: Philadelphia
    Legal News
    There Is No Vacuum in Judea and Samaria
    The Jewish Press As part of former Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad's plan to unilaterally establish a de facto Palestinian state, the PA is operating towards the establishment of various national infrastructures – civilian and security control structures ... more »
    Armstrong County expects $1.5M revenue
    Tribune-Review Those funds, totaling about $1.5 million, will help with municipal and county government expenses and are expected to be distributed by July 1 through the state's Public Utility Commission (PUC), which collects impact fees per legislation from drillers ... more »
    Campus news
    Marietta Times COLUMBUS - James Whalin, of Stockport, received a $2,000 academic merit scholarship from The Ohio State University, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The award was based on his application, ... CLARION, Pa. - Clarion University ... more »
    LAW DICTIONARY

    Related legal terms and Law definition:

    false imprisonment
    Intentional physical confinement of a person without that person’s consent. The following elements must be present to have bona fide case: the act of detention must be physical and volitional; intent to confine; actual occurrence of detention; awareness of a detained person that he/she was confined without legal authority. … Full Definition »
    Intentional Torts >> Personal Injury
    Book of the Day in our Store
    Share it on TwitterFacebook
    Federal Banking Law & Regulations: A Handbook for LawyersFederal Banking Law & Regulations: A Handbook for Lawyers
    by Harding C. Williams
    from $55.67
    View