The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that the estate of James E. Beasley Sr. is not entitled to a reimbursement of $75,000 that Beasley and three former Beasley Firm lawyers had paid to settle a
...implications include the amount of deference given to the EPA's interpretation of a statute under the famous Chevron U.S.A. v...
Cozen O'Connor will again go before the state Supreme Court - this time on the merits - to argue it should be able to forgive the $450,000 in legal bills U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, D-Pa., racked up during
...There was nothing ambiguous in the language of §922(z)(3). Interpretation of the statute was not a factual dispute that required jury deliberation...
...contracts performed in Pennsylvania only." He added, "We disavow any interpretation requiring a determination of the actual place of performance." ...
Monsignor William J. Lynn was in court Monday after posting 10 percent of his $250,000 bail and surrendering his passport last week
Wolf Block is arguing its decision to stop severance payments to a former partner in the wake of the firm's vote to dissolve was the trigger for its insurance coverage, not when it actually stopped m
In two cases this term, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide the extent to which federal courts should defer to the decisions of other tribunals. Its decisions will have a substantial effect on the rol
Interactions and images relayed over the Internet-based telecommunications system Skype are considered to be "computer depictions" under Pennsylvania's child pornography laws, the state Superior Cour
...end of the passage in question, lent further credence to plaintiff's interpretation of the form.The court concluded that if, as plaintiff...
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