As he begins his second term in office, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams says he plans to continue the initiatives of his previous term while coping with the severe budgetary deficiencies
The state Superior Court has granted a new trial to a woman who suffers from kidney failure in a medical malpractice case, ruling that she should have been able to introduce testimony from her expert
Cigna can now proceed with its appeal of a Philadelphia judge's ruling that it could not sue its liability insurers for coverage of an ERISA class action
The state Supreme Court has adopted a new Code of Judicial Conduct that includes provisions on deterring nepotism by judges and prohibiting them from serving on commercial boards
A Philadelphia judge has tossed a corporation's legal malpractice claims against its former attorneys, finding that it suffered no actual loss from a judgment related to a contract dispute because a
Pennsylvania law applies in a noncompete agreement case where a California resident working for a Pennsylvania-based medical device manufacturer left that company to work for a competitor, the state
With the potential for an increased number of 3-3 split decisions on the state's Supreme Court when Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille leaves the bench this year, some legal observers—including f
A Philadelphia jury handed up a $42.9 million award in a medical malpractice case stemming from the premature birth of a child who suffered multiple physical and cognitive impairments as a result
The city of Philadelphia has named the lawyer to whom a contract is set to be awarded for the creation of a for-profit firm to represent indigent defendants in criminal cases where the Public Defende
An attorney's closing remarks about corporate greed during a personal injury case—deemed inflammatory by the trial court—were not enough to warrant a new trial, the state Superior Cou
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