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In February 2010, the court dismissed McKeon's pro se second complaint as legally frivolous and permitted McKeon to file a third complaint
Property insurance agents who offer customers advice on the replacement value of their homes have a duty of care to their customers, a Crawford County Common Pleas Court judge has ruled, but that dut
Plaintiff's counsel was admonished by the court for failure to comply with court orders, tardiness and "discourteous and rude" behavior; he was warned that continuing to disregard the dictates of the
In a Rule 1925(a) opinion, the court concluded appellants lacked standing to appeal a decision by the city planning commission approving a commercial development plan because appellants failed to dem
The court determined that LRC's 2012 Final Plan was not contrary to law. Appeals dismissed
An interest arbitration panel did not exceed its powers in issuing a court notice award where the award clearly related to terms and conditions of police employment, did not require an illegal act an
The balance tipped in favor of granting the adoption petition of the foster parents with whom the child resided since birth and were already parents in every way that mattered to child; although pate
In this case of first impression, the trial court properly permitted the investigating agent to provide testimony and opinions as both an expert and a layperson. Judgment of sentence affirmed
Landlord's claims against defendants for damages upon abandonment of leased premises, and for late charges and interest, were excluded from an arbitration clause within the subject lease. Affirmance
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