On January 1, the ball dropped in Times Square in New York City and the Mummers strutted up Broad Street in Philadelphia just like every year previously. However, unlike past years' traditions, this
The U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari this term on two issues concerning the Fifth Amendment's Takings Clause. The justices heard oral arguments January 15 on a case focused on the conditions tha
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments in a number of interesting Fourth Amendment cases. Of particular interest is a case questioning police use of drug-sniffing dogs to detect contraband i
...runoff from ditches and culverts on roads used by the industry to harvest lumber. Last Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency finalized a new...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The parents of a 19-year-old man who died after a snowboarding accident settled with the hospital and organ donation center that they claimed were responsible for his early death for $1.2 million. Mi
Here are the 2012 Lawyers on the Fast Track
At the beginning of 2012, at least 11 workers' compensation cases were pending before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Plaintiffs did not violate the local zoning ordinance by conducting composting operations on their property where the ordinance contained a definition of activity related to "agriculture" that violat
...are provided with a 1-hour CLE certificate. The annual Harvest for the Homeless drive ended its three-week campaign with donated blankets...
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