The supervising judge of the grand jury investigating senior Penn State officials' response to reports of child sex abuse by Jerry Sandusky found his jurisdiction ended when the presentment was hande
...17 edition of The Legal, Thomas J. Farrell of Farrell & Reisinger represented Gary Schultz. ...
...Roberto, along with Schultz's attorney, Thomas J. Farrell of Farrell & Reisinger, have argued that when prosecutors changed the date of McQueary's...
It turns out that labor peace in a major U.S. professional sports league can be achieved without lockouts or litigation
Julie M. Macomb, a student at Widener University School of Law, is participating in the summer associate program with Tallman Hudders & Sorrentino P.C., the Pennsylvania office of Norris McLaughlin
Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young welcomed eight summer associates to its 2011 summer program
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Pittsburgh solo attorney Stephen S. Stallings, a former federal prosecutor, has joined Burns White as chair of the firm's white-collar criminal defense practice
At O'Brien & Ryan, part of attorney Anthony P. DeMichele's job is to fight to make sure that lawyers don't get any coverage under their legal malpractice policies when they don't deserve it
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