The state Supreme Court has disbarred a Philadelphia attorney who was found to have commingled client funds with his own money — in one instance, spending away a Philadelphia municipal court ju
... Panelists include Laurence Brown of Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown & Sandler ; Walt Hunter , reporter at CBS 3...
After restructuring the rules for mass tort cases, First Judicial District leaders are projecting a decrease in suits begun this year, Judge John W. Herron, the administrative judge of the common ple
Philadelphia's mass tort program, which has come under criticism in the last couple of years from conservative and defense-minded quarters, will end the consolidation of pharmaceutical cases into rev
After almost 25 years of trying asbestos cases through reverse bifurcation, the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court's mass torts program for asbestos is now undertaking straight-through trials of asbesto
The state Superior Court has ruled that a plaintiff's asbestos case should not have been dismissed on summary judgment because he was allegedly exposed to a number of asbestos-containing products
Philadelphia's newest mass torts programs comply with the American Bar Association standard that civil cases should be concluded within two years of filing, Common Pleas Judge Sandra Mazer Moss said
Pennsylvania's judicial system is starting to take a long look at its ethics code in a climate of increased scrutiny at the state's judicial branch of government and how it interacts with lawyers and
In an apparent case of first impression, a Philadelphia judge has ruled that five manufacturers of pumps and steam traps can't be held liable for a plaintiff's asbestos-related disease, which the pla
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