Pennsylvania Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille testified Thursday in favor of establishing a line item in the state budget to pay for lawyers to represent poor Pennsylvanians in some civil cases
Betsy Hames isn't a lawyer, but the law permeates nearly every aspect of her job overseeing employee relations in Emory University's human resources department. "We're dealing with labor law, ?employ
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...misimpression that there is no obligation to provide leave to a recent hire. However, the ADA requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to disabled individuals...
...County judge has ordered the parties in a personal injury case to hire a "neutral forensic computer expert" to review the plaintiff's...
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has taken up a bill that would create new rules for contingency-fee contracts between the state of Pennsylvania and outside counsel, including capping contin
...is investigating, and how your client organization is involved. At this point, hire an experienced white-collar lawyer to meet with the prosecutor. I emphasize...
...the courts have allowed nepotism to corrupt the process by letting judges hire relatives, is the subject of a current study by the court. Epstein...
More than 200 attorneys and staff at Legal Services NYC walked off their jobs May 15 after voting overwhelmingly to reject management offers for a new contract
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
The state Supreme Court heard oral argument last week in a case over whether an insurer was prejudiced by an insured's failure to timely indicate that a "phantom" vehicle had been involved in an acci
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