In an effort to determine the proper scope of discovery in a large-scale copyright case, a federal judge is scheduling what he termed a "mini trial.
Client identities do not enjoy blanket attorney-client privilege protection under Pennsylvania's Right-to-Know Law, the state Supreme Court has ruled
...Brennan Jr. Prominent media lawyer Lee Levine, a partner at Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz in Washington, wrote the article along with Wermiel. "It...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Pennsylvania's Coroner's Act does not give a county coroner the discretion to deny a request for immediate disclosure of someone's manner of death, the state Supreme Court has ruled
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has held that a link on a newspaper website that leads readers to other stories is not republication of the earlier material, so its inclusion doesn't
While Southern District Judge J. Paul Oetken rejected the majority of claims filed by art authenticator Peter Paul Biro against writer David Grann and Conde Nast, which publishes 'The New Yorker,' he
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
The Commonwealth Court has rescinded its ruling directing the state Office of Open Records to conduct an in camera review to determine whether portions of Governor Tom Corbett's calendars that were r
...them. Michael Berry, a media law attorney with Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz in Philadelphia, said the ruling applies to all state agencies...
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