A jury must decide whether a man was defamed when a Wal-Mart employee announced she was stopping the sale of a firearm to the man in front of other shoppers, a Lawrence County court has ruled
...18, 2013) 651720/2011 Justice Shirley Werner Kornreich ...
A federal judge has let stand a $5.75 million jury award to creditors in a complex bankruptcy case that has volleyed between the Western District of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit since it was tr
...Swartz Culleton, Newtown, Pa. Defense Counsel: Mary Ellen Conroy, Cipriani & Werner, Blue Bell, Pa. Comment: For $6.5 million, the...
While Monroe County Court of Common Pleas Judge Jonathan Mark declined to comment on the exact "outer limits" of a Pennsylvania ski resort's release from liability, he said a recent case involving th
For $6.5 million, the maker of the body of a recycling truck has settled a trash collector's claim that the placement of steps before the rear wheels of the vehicle caused him to fall and then be run
U.S. District Judge Arthur J. Schwab of the Western District of Pennsylvania wasn't ordered to amend the time limit he imposed for an upcoming trial, but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circu
A Pennsylvania woman who became pregnant and had an abortion despite having had a sterilization procedure may move her case forward, the state Superior Court has ruled, refusing to limit emotional di
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