Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young partner Bruce Leto served as a panelist for "Board Issues Roundtable: Independent Counsel Perspectives" at the Investment Company Institute's 2013 "Mutual F
The state Superior Court has ruled that Norristown, Pa.-based High Swartz may owe back some, but not all, of the nearly $109,000 in attorney fees it billed over and above the $75,000 flat fee agreeme
...Jr. of Haviland Hughes in Philadelphia and John M. Elliott of Blue Bell, Pa., firm Elliott Greenleaf & Siedzikowski argued in Harrisburg on Tuesday...
...Russell M. Soloway joined Elliott Greenleaf's Blue Bell, Pa., office. Soloway is a former assistant U.S...
To many family law practitioners, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision to eliminate parenting coordinators in custody matters was a reasonable measure to keep decision-making in the purview of t
A divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled that the Federal Railroad Safety Act doesn't pre-empt the common law claims brought by a Delaware County mall against rail
David B. White, founding member of Burns White, was one of two individuals named as this year's Distinguished Alumni by Duquesne University School of Law
...Defense Counsel: Daniel M. Brown, William J. Ferren & Associates, Blue Bell, Pa. Plaintiffs Experts: Dr. Michael M. Cohen, neurology, Bala...
...Blue Bell, Pa.-based insurance law firm Nelson Levine de Luca & Hamilton...
A Delaware County jury has awarded a $1.35 million verdict to a woman who was injured in a side impact collision at an intersection by a driver she claimed had turned too wide and had been driving to
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