Delaware Law Weekly
The Delaware Supreme Court has dismissed a worker's negligence claim against his employer because of a lack of evidence that the allegedly faulty equipment had been modified by the defendant
...finance practice group. Five attorneys from Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin's Philadelphia office were elected shareholders of the...
... The workers' compensation department at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin in Cherry Hill brings on board Nancy Musser...
...chair of the employment law practice group in Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin's professional liability department. O'...
A man who spent years behind bars because an assistant county prosecutor withheld exculpatory evidence won't be able to proceed with civil rights claims against Camden police officers
Several plaintiffs attorneys from larger firms say they have established minimum financial thresholds in determining whether a case is worth pursuing and will often refer cases of potentially lesser
A Bucks County jury issued a defense verdict in favor of a group of doctors whose alleged failure to monitor a woman's coronary artery disease allegedly led to her sudden death in 2007
...Douglas Marcello, Marcello & Kivisto, Carlisle, Pa.; David White, Marshall Dennehey Coleman Warner & Goggin, King of Prussia, Pa. Comment: A trial over...
For Pennsylvania's large law firms, 2013 was a year of office expansion and pseudo-mergers
The family of a woman murdered by a halfway house inmate who absconded after faking a seizure can sue state contractors who operate the facility, a federal judge in New Jersey has ruled
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