A Philadelphia judge should extend the common-law loss of consortium claim enjoyed by married couples to same-sex couples who hold themselves out as married, plaintiffs in a medical malpractice actio
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has appointed a master to gather factual information on the only Philadelphia Traffic Court judge not to have been indicted in a recent federal prosecution of alleged t
The Pennsylvania Bar Association adopted a proposal to change the Pennsylvania Code of Judicial Conduct at its May meeting, and the state bar will be sending its draft for the Pennsylvania Supreme Co
Pennsylvania's Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act incorrectly limits contractors' ability to recover damages for work they completed under a theory of quantum meruit, the state Superior Court h
Granting limited discovery in a social media dispute, a Lancaster County judge has ordered the parties in a personal injury case to hire a "neutral forensic computer expert" to review the plaintiff's
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has taken up a bill that would create new rules for contingency-fee contracts between the state of Pennsylvania and outside counsel, including capping contin
The state Superior Court has ruled in a case of first impression that a single witness may testify as both an expert and a layperson
Comcast's offer to remedy all of the plaintiffs' claims after a suit was filed in the Northern District of Illinois late last year rendered moot the same plaintiffs' proposed class action in the East
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