A plaintiff may not seek punitive damages against a store owner for selling synthetic compounds commonly referred to as bath salts, even if the seller knows the buyer may use the substance in a harmf
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
...tract of land in West Los Angeles should be used to help homeless veterans and not for other outside interests. City News Service...
...the city of Philadelphia. This population includes the elderly, disabled, illiterate and homeless. The majority of clients have reached out for our legal help as...
In a closed Harrisburg courtroom, challengers to Pennsylvania's voter ID law tangled with lawyers for the state over a list of potential voters who had sought, with varying levels of success, to get
Pro bono service is beloved by recruiters pitching firms to law students, concerning to those same law firms' accountants obsessing over the bottom line and desperately needed by legal aid organizati
...welfare agency in the Delaware Valley, and a provider of services to homeless and runaway youth in Philadelphia.Gray focuses her practice on...
Through June 28, the nomination window for The Legal's Lawyers on the Fast Track is open for you to nominate the most impressive Pennsylvania attorney(s) you know under the age of 40
...comply with Megan's Law sex offender registration requirements when he became homeless and failed to notify the state police that he was no longer...
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