The Legal Intelligencer
...39;s why it was made." McDonough, of Holsten & Associates in Media, Pa., is representing John Michael, the father of the...
A divided Commonwealth Court has allowed a former borough councilman in Delaware County to move forward with his defamation suit against two former fellow councilmembers and one of their spouses over
A Chester, Pa., ordinance making it illegal to loiter in a "high drug activity area" is too vague, a split panel of the Commonwealth Court has ruled, in addition to deciding the city had applied the
A federal judge has greenlighted a Delaware County, Pa., woman's civil rights and emotional distress claims that allege her neighbor conspired with local law enforcement to harass her, despite the ne
A Delaware County widow has suffered another setback in her legal battle to have the county held responsible for her husband's death while performing construction work as part of his court-ordered co
...words, they guessed right." Brian Scott Frantum of Holsten and Associates in Media, Pa., who represented the employer in the case, Aston...
A deeply divided state Supreme Court has allowed a Luzerne County man serving time on a drug conviction to proceed with his suit seeking the removal of several county police officers from their posit
...such a case, left Chester's attorney, Mark A. Raith of Holsten & Associates in Media, Pa., "disappointed." "When you look at these...
Just two weeks after the state Supreme Court issued a split opinion recognizing the validity of the conspiracy to commit third-degree murder conviction, the state Superior Court has upheld such a con
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