It is hardly news that amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have been proposed and are generating considerable reaction. A careful look at some of them, however, will make the reader wo
...fraudster directed Ms. Larrouture to contact 'our legal firm' at firstname.lastname@example.org—as evident from the address, a GMX...
...United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey campaign cabinet for 2013-14. Rafferty is a member of Stradley Ronon...
Two Western Pennsylvania dioceses have joined the wave of challenges to the contraceptive mandate in Obamacare
When U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. in June 2012 threaded the constitutional needle to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — more commonly known as Obama
...Moxley, was a sole proprietor conducting business as "MGM's Cabinet Installation Service." In connection with that business, Moxley signed on to...
...work, as well as to install sheet rock, a roof deck, kitchen cabinets, a new shower, a new toilet and a new bathroom vanity, the...
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...of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled that Conestoga Wood Specialties, a cabinet company owned by a Mennonite family, is a corporation, separate and distinct...
Citing the dangers of overly broad search warrants for computer hard drives, a federal appeals court has vacated the conditional guilty plea of a Tioga County man who admitted to production and posse
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
From his office in the Richard B. Russell Federal Building, U.S. District Court Judge William S. Duffey Jr. can look down at the roof of the Georgia Dome and the gritty neighborhoods that surround th
Originally Published: Daily Report
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