...said that, at mediation, he initially sought the parties' total policy limits of $12 million. Defendant Prime 570 Inc., the parent company of Pub...
...a guardian can't be considered abuse unless it impairs or limits the child's ability to function. "What this...
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
...an appellate brief. And the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure contain no limit on the number or length of the issues that may be raised...
The legal industry in Philadelphia directly contributes $3.45 billion to the city's economy, including $2.26 billion spent on employee compensation, according to a study commissioned by the Philadelp
An accident on I-83 near York, Pa., that sent a car over a Jersey barrier to be hit head-on by a speeding truck has garnered a $3.8 million verdict in federal court for the family of the woman who di
In Morrow v. Blackhawk School District, the Third Circuit limited a school district's duty under the 14th Amendment to protect its students from bullying to the point where it is hard to imagine any
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Amid the motions deadlines, depositions and client meetings, law firms still have to get the documents processed, food served, bills collected and technology running—or do they
...car—admittedly 15 to 20 miles per hour over the speed limit—as he encountered a rough section of the road, according to...
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