About Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Named by William Penn, Bucks County takes its name from Penn’s home county of Buckinghamshire, England. When George Washington embarked across the Delaware to take Trenton, New Jersey, he began his journey in Bucks County. The famous Delaware crossing, immortalized in the painting "Washington Crossing the Delaware," was a pivotal turning point in the American War for Independence.
In the News: Attorneys in Bucks County recently litigated a case between a local gym and a national chain health club. The local gym accused the health club of deceptive marketing and interference with business relations by contacting current and prospective members of the local gym and warning them of its impending closure. The gym denied it had any financial difficulties.
For more on the law of Bucks County and Pennsylvania, explore the following links:
- University of Pennsylvania Law Library
- Pennsylvania Court System
- List of Pennsylvania Bar Associations
- Lawyer Referral Services in Philadelphia County, PA
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
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