A federal judge has certified two classes of juveniles and their parents in a suit following the "kids-for-cash" scandal in Luzerne County
The detention facilities that housed juveniles in the Luzerne County "kids-for-cash" scandal won't be able to get the teens' criminal records during discovery in a civil action brought by dozens of t
The second in a pair of opinions in as many days from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held that insurers are not responsible for defending or indemnifying a juvenile-detention center
The original court records for juveniles who were sent to Luzerne County detention facilities in the "kids-for-cash" scandal will stay closed, a federal judge ruled this week
A federal judge has allowed the mother of a juvenile who was incarcerated during the Luzerne County judicial scandal to move forward with a RICO claim against the facility where her son was imprisone
Echoing his earlier ruling in the civil class action brought by juveniles against former Luzerne County Common Pleas Court Judge Mark A. Ciavarella Jr., a federal judge has ruled in a separate suit t
Daily Business Review
A federal judge has ruled that a Western Pennsylvania company's "Terrible T-Shirt" design infringes on the "Terrible Towel" trademark owned by a nonprofit and exclusively licensed to the Pittsburgh S
A federal judge has ruled that a Western Pennsylvania company's "Terrible T-Shirt" design infringes on the "Terrible Towel" trademark owned by nonprofit Allegheny Valley School Foundation and exclusi
...both cases are represented by attorney Bernard M. Schneider of Brucker Schneider & Porter in Pittsburgh. Schneider did not return calls seeking comment on...
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