A decision by the Pennsylvania Superior Court on Dec. 26 could have an impact on the prosecution of three former Penn State University officials facing charges stemming from failing to properly deal
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
..., Saul Ewing. Members at large include Kelly Breslin of Dechert; Laura Powers of ...
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Wolf Block's claim that some of its partners' New Jersey roots make it a New Jersey firm for diversity jurisdiction purposes is belied by the defunct firm's own statements that it has no partners, Wo
Whether they were gaining or losing groups of lawyers, undergoing leadership transitions, splitting up or merging, midsized firms across Pennsylvania experienced a number of significant changes in 20
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Wolf Block, the defunct firm that had its headquarters in Philadelphia, has said in court papers it is a New Jersey firm for purposes of diversity jurisdiction
On Sept. 17, in Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania v. Feingold (In re Feingold), 730 F.3d 1268 (11th Cir. 2013), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirmed in pa
... on Dec. 4. Attorney Daniel T. Brier of Myers, Brier & Kelly filed the 100-page court paper that outlined 15 issues on behalf...
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments in a Fourth Amendment case that has the potential to undermine a homeowner's reasonable expectation of privacy
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