A federal judge in Philadelphia has preserved the attorney-client privilege for a pharmaceutical company that had been found to have defrauded the patent office
Minor changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect last month, but the debate over the major changes slated for December 2015 is still under way and dividing the bar
As he begins his second term in office, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams says he plans to continue the initiatives of his previous term while coping with the severe budgetary deficiencies
As many Am Law 200 firms look beyond mainland China to Asian markets less populated by U.S. law firms, Duane Morris is entering the country for the first time with its planned Shanghai location
A federal judge has ruled that former Luzerne County Judge Mark A. Ciavarella Jr. is liable for nonjudicial conduct that deprived juveniles of their right to an impartial tribunal
The state Superior Court has granted a new trial to a woman who suffers from kidney failure in a medical malpractice case, ruling that she should have been able to introduce testimony from her expert
Dechert has named a new managing partner of its Philadelphia office as longtime office leader Richard Rizzo readies for retirement
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The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that the estate of James E. Beasley Sr. is not entitled to a reimbursement of $75,000 that Beasley and three former Beasley Firm lawyers had paid to settle a
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell has nominated Court of Chancery Chancellor Leo E. Strine Jr. to be the next chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court. Strine has served on the Chancery Court since 1998
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