Print Profile
Lawyer Directory>Pennsylvania Lawyers>Philadelphia Lawyers>Timothy P. McCullough

Timothy P. McCullough, Attorney at Law

Timothy McCullough has a law practice in Philadelphia (PA)
215-854-4006
Lawyer has experience representing clients in various areas of Law.
Offices
McCullough & McLaughlin, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: 215-854-4006, 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) 1999
Professional Organizations and Memberships
    Education
    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    Pennsylvania

    Philadelphia: Philadelphia
    Legal News
    Report: Slowdown in US health care costs may turn into a trend, not a pause
    GlobalPost The cost of care is the biggest component of premiums, followed by administrative expenses and overhead. Cost-shifting to workers and efficiency measures from employers got most of the credit for slowing growth. PwC also said the health care law's push ... more »
    Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Announces Investigation On Behalf of Investors ...
    The Herald | HeraldOnline.com Law Offices of Howard G. Smith announces that it is investigating potential claims against Uroplasty, Inc. (“Uroplasty” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq:UPI) concerning possible violations of federal securities laws. ... or if you purchased Uroplasty shares ... more »
    Pa. high court upholds judge's retirement age
    Philly.com Castille had no immediate comment on Monday's ruling, according to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts. Saylor said the retirement provision satisfies the standards of equal protection and due process. He suggested that judges seeking to ... more »
    LAW DICTIONARY

    Related legal terms and Law definition:

    amicus curiae
    stands for Latin "friend of the court". In many cases involving public interest court invites a person or an organization to provide an impartial view on the issue and help the court to come to a just decision. Such person or organization files a brief in amicus curiae supporting one of the party's position. Brief in amicus curiae is submitted by a … Full Definition »
    General Civil Litigation >> Litigation
    Book of the Day in our Store
    Share it on TwitterFacebook
    Comparative Law: Law, Reality and SocietyComparative Law: Law, Reality and Society
    by Alan Watson
    from $20.90
    View