...Cases." Pabarue, a founding shareholder at Christie, Pabarue, Mortensen and Young, is head of the firm's employment practice....
The following is a portion of a list of pro bono volunteers who assisted Philadelphia VIP in 2012
A federal judge in Philadelphia has allowed legal malpractice claims to survive a motion to dismiss, weighing in on an issue over which courts in the Third Circuit have been split
...and Anesthesia Associates of Abington; James A. Young, Daniel P. Martz and Barbara S. Magers, Christie Pabarue Mortensen and Young, Philadelphia, for Abington Memorial Hospital...
A Montgomery County, Pa., surgical center has settled a case for $6 million in which a 17-year-old teenager died after suffering respiratory distress in the recovery room after her tonsils were taken
The $3.6 million wrongful death judgment to the widow of a mechanic who was crushed by a tractor-trailer was upheld by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit this week
The Philadelphia judge taken to task by the Pennsylvania Superior Court for failing to disclose that his spouse worked for a law firm representing a defendant in a motor vehicle insurance case has re
The Superior Court has criticized a Philadelphia judge for failing to disclose that his spouse worked for a law firm representing a defendant in a motor vehicle insurance case
...Greenville, Del., neurologist. Defense Counsel: Suzanne M. Bachovin, Christie, Pabarue, Mortensen & Young, Philadelphia; Gary Samms and Jacqueline S. Roe, Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell...
A Philadelphia jury awarded a 70-year-old terminally ill woman nearly $2 million after finding her oncologist at Fox Chase Cancer Center failed to timely diagnose a return of ovarian cancer
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