In last week's column, I reviewed the important cases and trends in Pennsylvania civil litigation matters over the past year. As President John F. Kennedy once said, "Change is the law of life." Here
In 2013, many novel civil litigation issues came before the trial and appellate courts of Pennsylvania for decision. Some of these issues were resolved and some were left open for another day, but on
... Daniel E. Cummins, a partner in the Scranton, Pa., law office of Foley, Comerford & Cummins, presented "...
...New Jersey. *** Daniel E. Cummins of Foley, Comerford & Cummins presented a discussion on his Pennsylvania...
...Conaboy & Abrahamsen, Scranton, Pa. Defense Counsel: Daniel E. Cummins, Foley, Comerford & Cummins, Scranton, Pa. Plaintiffs Expert: Dr. Lucian Bednarz...
In previous articles, I have referred to the new post-Koken era of Pennsylvania motor vehicle accident litigation as "Hurricane Koken" given its stormy and meandering path
One important part of the litigation of personal injury matters involves a battle of the experts over the wage-loss claims presented by the injured party
A recent recurring issue in Pennsylvania civil litigation matters has involved the parameters of an independent neuropsychological or psychological examination with respect to vocational testing arra
Distracted driving is as old as the automobile, but recently the Pennsylvania court system has been tackling the issue with increasing regularity
When it comes to large insurance bad-faith awards, plaintiffs have found a home in Northeastern Pennsylvania
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