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In 2013, many novel civil litigation issues came before the trial and appellate courts of Pennsylvania for decision. Some of these issues were resolved and some were left open for another day, but on
The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision deeming life without parole for juvenile murderers to be unconstitutional will not be applied retroactively in Pennsylvania, the state Supreme Court has ruled
...This appeal stemmed from the government's warrantless installation of a Global Positioning System device (GPS device or GPS tracker) to track the movements of...
If you are a municipality in Pennsylvania, you do not have an easy life. In many ways, you operate like a small business: You have revenues, expenses, assets, liabilities and cash flow. But you also
Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
...because of our intellectual property system and rich pool of talent...the demands of the changing global landscape. He estimated...
The battle over federal public defenders taking on death-row cases in state court — highlighted by a scathing opinion by Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille a few years
...The evidence regarding defendant motorist's alleged use of a global positioning system on his cell phone at the time of a motor vehicle...
...the U.S. courts' Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system show that a record number 7,688 FLSA lawsuits were filed in...
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