Even truthful statements can sometimes create a misleading impression. Take these two sentences as an example: "Company A's decisions were made in New York. Banker B, who represents Company A, is loc
A Philadelphia judge has upheld a $19.5 million verdict in a case where a woman died from complications of polyp-removal surgery
...warn. Injuries: Birth defects. Plaintiffs Counsel: Rosemary Pinto, Feldman & Pinto, Philadelphia; Shelley Hutson and Blake Deady, Clark Love &...
A woman's claims that her use of an antidepressant during pregnancy caused birth defects necessitating an abortion are barred by the statute of limitations, the state Superior Court has ruled
...economic loss. The plaintiffs were represented by Laura Feldman and Rosemary Pinto of Philadelphia-based Feldman & Pinto and Shelley Hutson of...
The filing of medical malpractice cases in Pennsylvania has continued on a downward trend since sweeping reforms were initiated more than a decade ago, falling 10 percent in 2012 from the previous ye
...oxygen. Plaintiffs Counsel: Laura Feldman and J. Bradley McDermott, Feldman & Pinto, Philadelphia. Defense Counsel: Charles A. Fitzpatrick III, Rawle &...
...the University of Pennsylvania. Plaintiffs' counsel Laura Feldman of Feldman & Pinto was first chair and J. Bradley McDermott of Feldman & Pinto...
The judge presiding over the entire Avandia multidistrict litigation has approved the distribution of nearly $144 million in Avandia attorney fees and costs undertaken for the common benefit of the e
The objections of attorneys who opposed the distribution of nearly $144 million in Avandia attorney fees and costs undertaken for the common benefit of the entire Avandia multidistrict litigation hav
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