Pittsburgh-based Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote has opened a Cleveland office with three litigators from Cleveland-based Gallagher Sharp, including the firm's former products liability practice group cha
...Additions Lawrence E. Moore joined Babst Calland as director of government relations. He will be...
... *** Lawrence E. Moore joined Babst Calland as director of government relations. Moore will be...
A Washington County judge, holding there is no constitutional right to privacy for business entities, has unsealed the record in a case in which three drillers settled a suit brought by a couple for
...of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, joined Babst Calland. As part of the firm's energy and...
An Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Court judge has denied the preliminary objections of three defendants in a class action brought by two truck drivers who claim they were misclassified as ind
...Peter J. Veltri was named a shareholder of Babst Calland. Veltri is a member of the firm's...
Following an active 2011, 2012 was relatively quiet, particularly with regard to lateral movement between midsized Pennsylvania firms
The number of minority attorneys in the Pennsylvania offices of the state's largest law firms is a fraction of the minority population in the state
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