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In February 2010, the court dismissed McKeon's pro se second complaint as legally frivolous and permitted McKeon to file a third complaint
Property insurance agents who offer customers advice on the replacement value of their homes have a duty of care to their customers, a Crawford County Common Pleas Court judge has ruled, but that dut
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Fewer depositions, reduced number of interrogatories, less requests for admissions and a proportionality requirement in discovery. This could be the new face of discovery under proposed rule changes
The state Supreme Court affirmed without an opinion Tuesday a lower court ruling that workers' compensation judges have no vested rights in pay increases, and therefore no recourse to collect on a re
Franchise fees are said to be the lifeblood of the franchise system. If the royalties are not paid, does it constitute a claim for money damages or does it create grounds for injunctive relief
...fancy, the Latin name Legum Magister, are offered in a variety of legal specialties ranging from trial advocacy to intellectual property to international law to...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Before the 34th annual Philadelphia Bar Association 5K Charity Run, held on May 19, it had been raining all morning and started to pour at approximately 8 a.m., 30 minutes before the race was schedul
Bruce E. Rodger, of counsel to Gallagher, Schoenfeld, Surkin, Chupein & DeMis, died Tuesday after a short illness
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