The Pennsylvania Superior Court has decided to follow a federal court's example and will allow a car company to argue a controversial theory of injury during roll-over accidents that the National Hig
...Ferren & Associates, Blue Bell, Pa.; Keisha A. Parker, Campbell, Campbell, Edwards & Conroy, Berwyn, Pa.; Gary A. Hurwitz, March, Hurwitz & DeMarco, Media...
The vacancy on the state Supreme Court with Justice Joan Orie Melvin's pending resignation may become an even more acute issue after the high court decided Tuesday to hear a case that could decide th
Against an increasingly strong current of U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit decisions, a Western District of Pennsylvania judge, predicting the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will continue to f
A federal judge has thrown out several claims against the makers of Prevacid, a heartburn drug, but allowed several others, including one on a theory of manufacturing defect, that allege the product
The state Supreme Court has refused to take up a products liability case out of Allegheny County, effectively letting stand an $8.75 million jury verdict that, including interest, is now worth more t
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that a Pennsylvania state law that mandates that steel used in public works projects be made in the United States is not pre-empted by federal la
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...a new trial. Ford's attorney, William J. Conroy of Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy in Wayne, Pa., could not be reached for...
...Slomsky wrote. Ford's lead lawyer, William J. Conroy of Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy in Wayne, Pa., also argued that lead plaintiff...
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