Firearm Rights vs. Gun Control • Expunction of Record • Involuntary Mental Health Commitments • Mental Health Procedures Act • Second Amendment • Rational Basi
...Cigna's actions were fraud, and therefore the deliberately fraudulent acts exclusion in the defendants' insurance policies applies," Snite said. ...
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has decided to follow a federal court's example and will allow a car company to argue a controversial theory of injury during roll-over accidents that the National Hig
Wolf Block is arguing its decision to stop severance payments to a former partner in the wake of the firm's vote to dissolve was the trigger for its insurance coverage, not when it actually stopped m
The state Supreme Court has ruled that while an irrevocable trust can be a living trust under the Realty Transfer Tax Act, a trust that provides for distributions to beneficiaries other than the sett
...transfer taxes, plus interest and fees. DOR advised appellees that their claimed exclusion was disallowed because the Miller trust did not qualify as an ordinary...
Real Estate Tax Sale Law • Upset Tax Sale • Notice • Proof of Mailin
Home Owners Association • Implied Easement • Common Facilities • Bylaw Violation • Authority to Impose Penalties • UPC
A brain cancer case against Rohm and Haas was properly thrown out because the testimony of the plaintiff's sole expert on causation was not admissible, the state Superior Court has ruled
Capital Murder • Penalty Phase Hearing • Victim Impact Evidence • Admissibility • Aggravating & Mitigating Circumstances • Weigh
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