Todd D. Kantorczyk, a partner with Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, is set to present a seminar titled "The Environmental Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing: Dispelling the Myths.
...practice groups. Edward M. Nass was named managing partner of Howard, Brenner & Nass and David E...
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has expanded the separate-disease rule in asbestos cases to allow a plaintiff to sue more than once for two distinct, malignant, asbestos-related diseases arising at di
... Plaintiff's Attorneys: Edward M. Nass and Casey Coburn, Howard Brenner & Nass, Philadelphia. Defense Counsel: ...
...So, it was plaintiff Herbert Daley's attorney, Edward M. Nass of Howard Brenner & Nass in Philadelphia, who got stuck answering the question...
The Supreme Court has granted allocatur in an appeal examining the application of the separate-disease rule in asbestos cases
A Superior Court panel has rejected a Philadelphia trial judge's interpretation of the separate-disease rule in asbestos litigation where the trial judge said a plaintiff could not sue for two separa
The leaders of the First Judicial District have said they want increased interest from the mass torts bar in the court's specialized mass torts program within the Complex Litigation Center
The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas' Complex Litigation Center is often cited as a national model for mass torts litigation
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