The Am Law Daily looks at the Am Law 200 firms involved in a diminishing number of notable bankruptcy filings, including those of failed social networking site Bebo, a leading nonprofit for children
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One of the newly confirmed judges on the federal bench signaled in a recent opinion that he will have little tolerance for what he sees as disrespect to the court
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
One of the newly confirmed judges on the federal bench in the Middle District of Pennsylvania signaled in a recent opinion that he will have little tolerance for what he sees as disrespect to the cou
...Philadelphia; Timothy J. Galanaugh, McGivney & Kluger, Philadelphia; James M. Prahler, Margolis Edelstein, Philadelphia; Mark T. Riley, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, King...
The burden for employers to seek and obtain a suspension of a claimant's workers' compensation benefits based upon their voluntary withdrawal from the workforce just became complicated, because the P
At oral argument last week looking at when the statute of limitations should toll in a medical malpractice case where there are many possible causes of injury and the proper defendant can't be readil
A U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania judge has remanded to state court a class action filed by Mercer County, Pa., landowners against a driller, an oil and gas leasing compa
...Fireman's Fund retained Emery Mishky, of Margolis Edelstein in Berkeley Heights, and Colony retained Brian Harris...
The past year saw a continued resurgence in new partners at New Jersey firms, which, if not quite as robust as the year before, still held its own as an indicator that the firms are sanguine about ex
A Monroe County judge has dismissed a property assessment company from a lawsuit alleging the company breached its duty to the buyer of a Pocono Mountains resort, holding that the company had entered
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