...back pain and herniations; urinary retention. Plaintiffs Counsel: Kevin Conaboy, Abrahamsen, Conaboy & Abrahamsen, Scranton, Pa. Defense Counsel: Daniel E...
A federal judge in the Middle District of Pennsylvania has joined a counterpart in the Eastern District in opening a window for plaintiffs to make a claim for strict liability against prescription dr
A federal judge granted summary judgment in favor of a gas driller in a case in which a landowner objected to drilling within the meadow in which she had scattered her husband's ashes because there w
A man's email message to a co-worker in all capital letters saying he would not forget that his colleague took over one of his business accounts was not a threat, the Commonwealth Court has ruled
A Lackawanna County judge has allowed a family of business owners to proceed with their suit against a bank for honoring forged checks, despite the bank's protests that the business owners were negli
...C. Sereni, McAndrews Law Offices, Berwyn, Pa.; Edwin A. Abrahamsen Jr. and James J. Conaboy, Abrahamsen Conaboy & Abrahamsen, Scranton; Lawrence J. Moran, Lenahan...
...of McAndrews Law Offices in Berwyn, Pa.; Edwin A. Abrahamsen Jr. and James J. Conaboy of Abrahamsen Conaboy & Abrahamsen in Scranton, Pa.; Lawrence...
...also of Foley Cognetti. Melissa Adragna's attorney, Kevin Conaboy of Abrahamsen Conaboy & Abrahamsen in Scranton, could not be reached for comment...
Attorneys who represented accountants in a 1999 bank merger are not barred from representing the accountants' former clients in an ongoing malpractice claim, Lackawanna County Common Pleas Judge Terr
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