Because the overwhelming majority of employment discrimination cases either settle or are resolved on motions, trials and post-trial appellate decisions are infrequent, to the point of rarity
...the Bellevue in Philadelphia. In an interview with The Legal, Fedullo said that in light of the 60th anniversary of the...
Two Northeast Pennsylvania bars have settled for a combined $6.6 million with a man who became quadriplegic after driving drunk and crashing his car into a tree
One of the most difficult times for in-house counsel is when they are on the receiving end of an adverse money judgment. The biggest concern usually is how to get the judgment turned around on the me
Former state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin is arguing in an appeal before the Superior Court that prosecutors encroached on judicial affairs exclusively regulated by the high court, and that
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An $11 million verdict has been awarded to the parents of a child born with congenital defects due to an anticonvulsant drug his mother took during pregnancy
...the University of Pennsylvania in a medical malpractice suit in which the legal guardian of a minor with cerebral palsy accused the hospital of failing...
I have been hired by a corporation to investigate misconduct within the corporation and its employees. Over the next couple of days, I will be meeting with a number of employees of the corporation
One of the leading proponents of toughening child-protection laws in Pennsylvania called Senate committee approval of a bill expanding the definition of what constitutes child abuse "huge" in the fig
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