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Look Who is Following Posts on Common Pleas Court.

Posted By Cliff Tuttle | March 14, 2010

In the past I have often used the words “Common Pleas Court”.  Given the subject matter of this blog, I can’t avoid it.  But something has happened on yesterday’s post that is interesting and even surprising. This blog started getting ping backs from Common Pleas Courts around the country, lots of them.

I don’t usually save ping backs in the comments following posts, since they don’t contain much in the way of information.  But I’ve save this group because it indicates that the courts are following blog posts that feature the words “common pleas court”.

This is a welcome development for a legal blogger.  We want the courts to be in our audience.  On the other side of the coin, it puts the burden upon us to comment accurately, responsibly and ethically.  After all, you never know who is reading what you write.

I suppose that my use of the magic words may bring me another shower of pings.  Good.  I’ll do my best to write something worth reading. And if any of those readers wish to criticize, correct, amplify upon or otherwise hold forth on any post in Pittsburgh Legal Back Talk, be assured that your comments will receive attention.



CLIFF TUTTLE has been a Pennsylvania lawyer for over 45 years and (inter alia) is a real estate litigator and legal writer. The posts in this blog are intended to provide general information about legal topics of interest to lawyers and consumers with a Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania focus. However, this information does not constitute legal advice and there is no lawyer-client relationship created when you read this blog. You are encouraged to leave comments but be aware that posted comments can be read by others. If you wish to contact me in privacy, please use the Contact Form located immediately below this message. I will reply promptly and in strict confidence.

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