...as the finest in the nation. With his superior intellect, incredible work ethic, and substantial judicial experience, Leo Strine is well-positioned to build upon...
Pennsylvania law applies in a noncompete agreement case where a California resident working for a Pennsylvania-based medical device manufacturer left that company to work for a competitor, the state
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...are many more examples. The Report of the ABA Commission on Ethics and Professional Responsibility offered three scenarios under new Rule 1.6...
... A CLE seminar, "Ethics for Employment Lawyers," is...
In a race that was closer than the chasm between the candidates' campaign funds might have foreshadowed, Pennsylvania voters elected Harrisburg, Pa.-based attorney Victor Stabile to the lone vacant S
Harrisburg, Pa.-based attorney Victor Stabile's campaign has raised nearly twice as much in campaign contributions as that of his competitor, Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge Jack McVay J
...outstanding and noted that the ethics committee of the Pennsylvania Conference...be entitled to receive a commission on a case that wrapped...
In B.H. v. Easton Area School District, the Third Circuit decided that, absent disruption, public school principals may not restrict "plausibly political" student speech or speech with a social messa
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has denied the jury commissioner challenge and many jury commissioner offices have been abolished in Pennsylvania. In what direction is the judiciary going
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