An invasion of privacy claim involving the alleged interception and transmission of a Washington state woman's emails and communications to a company in Pennsylvania - via a "spy" program on a rent-t
The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, recently a hotbed for mass-tort litigation, may have seen its mass claims drop by 70 percent in 2012. But that does not mean that mass torts are slackening els
A federal judge has refused to dismiss a class action suit against Bank of America, its home loan and reinsurance subsidiaries and a number of private mortgage insurers, instead directing the parties
...s decision. Plaintiffs attorney Michael M. Weinkowitz, of Levin, Fishbein, Sedran & Berman in Philadelphia, said in an email: "The plaintiffs are...
...represented by Arnold Levin, Laurence S. Berman, Fred S. Longer and Michael M. Weinkowitz of Levin, Fishbein, Sedran & Berman in Philadelphia. ...
The recent criminal conviction of a cardiologist who, in an effort to get paid for medical reports, falsely certified his patients as so injured by diet drugs that their heart valves were leaking blo
When Jewis "J.J." McCoy got a settlement after he took the diabetes drug Avandia, the Kansas City, Mo., man hoped to achieve some financial stability
... Plaintiffs counsel Michael D. Fishbein of Levin, Fishbein, Sedran & Berman said the intention of the motion by drugmaker Wyeth, now...
...nuclear power plant, and they sued the law firm of Levin, Fishbein, Sedran and Berman over their expert fees. Brett A. Datto, of...
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