An Allegheny County trial judge has ruled that plaintiffs injured in an automobile accident with a drunken driver cannot recover under a claim that a defendant liquor licensee violated Pennsylvania L
...C. Robert Keenan III, a shareholder at Davies, McFarland & Carroll, was elected to serve as chair of the workers...
The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on whether medical malpractice defendants may rely on an "error in judgment" defense at trial
...Biancheria, Biancheria & Maliver, Pittsburgh. Defense Counsel: Daniel P. Carroll, Davies McFarland & Carroll, Philadelphia. Plaintiff's Experts: William M. Sikov...
...of mass tort litigation. He comes to the firm from Davies McFarland & Carroll. Lienert earned his J.D. from Ohio Northern...
The state Superior Court has retroactively applied its earlier ruling banning medical malpractice defendants from relying on an "error in judgment" defense at trial
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...Pittsburgh. Defense Attorney: Daniel P. Carroll, Davies McFarland & Carroll, Pittsburgh. Plaintiffs' Expert: Clark...
A psychologist had no duty to warn a client's husband of issues potentially inhibiting the woman's ability to fulfill her marriage commitment, a Superior Court panel has ruled
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