A Philadelphia judge has tossed a corporation's legal malpractice claims against its former attorneys, finding that it suffered no actual loss from a judgment related to a contract dispute because a
Scores of Pennsylvania employers may soon find themselves dragged into costly lawsuits brought by former workers with occupational diseases as a result of a recent decision by the Pennsylvania Suprem
Whether they were gaining or losing groups of lawyers, undergoing leadership transitions, splitting up or merging, midsized firms across Pennsylvania experienced a number of significant changes in 20
...and a fifth name partner, along with another associate, joining Shook, Hardy & Bacon's Philadelphia office. Partners Peter J. Deeb, Stephen...
The number of mass torts filings in the United States hasn't seen a precipitous drop-off, but profit margins for the law firms defending those cases have taken a hit
It's been a tough slog through the courts for a group of pharmacy plaintiffs with antitrust claims against some of the biggest drug companies in the land. Plaintiffs lawyer Joseph Alioto of the Aliot
Kelli Baugh's menstrual cramps were becoming severe. Sex was extraordinarily painful, and no amount of feminine products could stanch her excessive bleeding. So in 2006, she went to her doctor, who s
Originally Published: National Law Journal
As it is every year, the task of selecting the top 10 lateral moves of 2012 was a difficult one that yielded a surplus of notable moves
... Sean P. Wajert to Shook, Hardy & Bacon. The Legal is looking for online...
...Foley Hoag, who represents Eli Lilly alongside co-counsel from Shook, Hardy & Bacon and Pepper Hamilton, referred comment to a company spokesperson. Eli Lilly...
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