The courtroom is a foreign place for most individuals outside of the legal profession. In fact, most nonlawyers do everything in their power to avoid any interaction with the judiciary whatsoever, fr
In 2013, many novel civil litigation issues came before the trial and appellate courts of Pennsylvania for decision. Some of these issues were resolved and some were left open for another day, but on
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...cash value of $75 and can be redeemed for either an on-ice holiday photo of the ticketholder and six guests or the opportunity to...
...evidence indicating that defendants were liable for runoff water which froze into ice and allegedly caused a fatal motor vehicle accident downhill from defendants' residential...
Lately, I have been meeting with lots of lawyers who fall into two categories. First, those that have come out of senior legal positions within the government and therefore have no clients, and secon
...liabilities. Cellucci put himself through college working at the Breyers ice cream factory, the firm said. He was a 1976 graduate of St...
...hall when he was allegedly caused to slip on a patch of ice and fall. Tompko allegedly sustained a knee injury. Tompko and...
Undoubtedly, as young lawyers, we all get advice from colleagues, partners, professors, judges and the like, professing to know the secrets to a successful career, the genesis of which is always how
...the Kilgore court found that the city's failure to remove ice and snow from an airport roadway could be actionable under the real...
The Thomas Jefferson School of Law's $90 million, state-of-the-art new building in downtown San Diego opened to much fanfare in 2011. But the sleek, eight-story glass building with an underground par
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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