...shower, according to the plaintiff's lawyer, Tom Kline of Kline & Specter. Meanwhile, seven other accusers have agreed to settlement of...
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...case involving the ex-Marine, Christopher Ellison, who was represented by Kline & Specter in Philadelphia. "The noticeable increase in medical malpractice payments last...
Punitive damages have been under attack in the U.S. Supreme Court for more than a decade. Beginning with BMW of North America Inc. v. Gore, and most recently with Philip Morris USA v. Williams, the c
While much has been made of the megafirms' ability to consistently turn a profit, the viability of smaller and midsize firms is often overlooked. Leaders of smaller firms tend to share the opinion th
With a wry smile, Philadelphia Common Pleas Court administrator Dave Lawrence said the court's civil e-filing steering committee would never have undertaken two-and-a-half years of intensive work if
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...it." But plaintiffs' attorney Andrew Stern of Philadelphia's Kline & Specter argues that the outsider stigma can go both ways. For example...
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