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
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Lawyers in the Zoloft MDL are hoping to have a verdict by Thanksgiving 2014, Dianne Nast, who is on the plaintiffs' steering committee, told the judge at a status conference this week
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