...Dianne M. Nast, co-lead counsel of the Zoloft multidistrict litigation's plaintiffs steering committee...
William J. "Billy" O'Brien's skill as a trial lawyer was inimitable. Many lawyers who knew O'Brien for many years said the defense lawyer was not one of the best trial lawyers in Philadelphia but a l
...Offices of Bernard M. Gross; Kohn Swift & Graf; Barrack Rodos & Bacine; and...
In the year 2006, the judges of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania federal bench welcomed a new chief judge and one new member, approved a few massive settlements and a handful of huge jury verdict
Katherine Hatton used to spend her days in a hornets' nest. Every day brought a new deadline, a new contract to review, a new labor issue to resolve. She could never be sure what last-minute question
Fox Rothschild O`Brien & Frankel will begin its foray into class action antitrust litigation next week with the addition of former Barrack Rodos & Bacine partner Steven A. Asher
...joining Dechert in 1992, Klein was a name partner with Kohn Klein Nast & Graf, where he headed one of the top First Amendment litigation...
Samuel E. Klein, widely regarded as one of the state's premier First Amendment litigators, died suddenly at his Chestnut Hill home last week. He was 55
Dechert Partner Was `First Amendment Champion
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