A judge has overruled preliminary objections made by personal injury firm Anapol Schwartz and an attorney from Raynes McCarty to a defamation lawsuit filed by an attorney
An attorney has sued Philadelphia personal injury firms Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman & Smalley and Raynes McCarty, alleging Raynes McCarty withdrew its job offer to him based on false informat
Pope Benedict XVI's stunning announcement Monday that he plans to resign after almost eight years as pontiff brought renewed attention to the sex abuse litigation and related legal maneuverings that
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It has been said that cases are won or lost at the deposition stage of the civil litigation process. The deposition represents the one pretrial opportunity to assess the opposing party's demeanor as
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Feedback is flying fast around the affirmation of Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck's predictive coding order in the potentially historic discovery phase of the da Silva Moore labor dispute
...my service on the School Reform Commission be the subject of an inquisition in search of a scapegoat." According to the report...
Stephen Yagman wasn't one to quit. During his 35-year career, he relentlessly pursued civil rights actions against law enforcement officials, particularly those in Southern California. Even after fil
...appropriate for the court to "'transform subpoena enforcement proceedings into exhaustive inquisitions into the practices of regulatory agencies.'" Kay said that...
...Dodge City Daily Globe reporter Claire O'Brien must testify at an inquisition about a story she wrote about murder suspect Samuel Bonilla. ...
...Bar the ability to interfere with foreign lawyers by perhaps launching "inquisitions" to determine if unregistered lawyers were being properly supervised by gaiben...
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