Phones were ringing across the country with former law school classmates wondering if their friends' new associate positions at white-shoe firms were in jeopardy, too
Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge Jack McVay Jr. defeated Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Joseph C. Waters Jr. in the contest for the Democratic nomination for state Superior Court on T
Tuesday's statewide primary election for the sole appellate court seat on the ballot is expected to generate low turnout, which will raise the importance of external factors, like other local races t
Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced Julia Chapman as his new appointee to the Zoning Board of Adjustment
In an apparent case of first impression, a Philadelphia judge, in upholding a $78.4 million medical malpractice verdict, has ruled that attorney fees must be based on the present value of the jury's
As retail titan Wal-Mart seeks to overturn a $187.6 million class action, one of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices hearing oral arguments Wednesday in Harrisburg questioned how the class of emp
Even though the Pennsylvania Constitution requires judges to retire in the year that they turn 70, the provision violates judges' fundamental rights, an attorney argued before the state Supreme Court
...who is being represented by William T. Hangley of Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller. The named defendants in both cases are Governor...
According to knowledgeable sources in the Pennsylvania legal community, Governor Tom Corbett has not yet made any moves to fill the vacancy on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court even though former Justic
In a historic vote, Pennsylvania's House of Representatives passed HB 790 on March 21, marking the first time since the repeal of prohibition that legislation aimed at the privatization of wine and l
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