...his co-counsel. Defense lawyer Colleen Ready, of Margolis Edelstein in Mount Laurel, declines comment. — By...
...McCormick & Priore, Philadelphia, for Trans-Fleet Concrete; Jonathan D. Herbst, Margolis Edelstein, Philadelphia, for Albino Concrete Construction Co. Plaintiffs Expert:...
... Defense Counsel: Zygmunt R. Bialkowski Jr., Margolis Edelstein, Scranton, Pa.; William M. Connor, Christie Pabarue and Young, Philadelphia; John...
For Pennsylvania's large law firms, 2013 was a year of office expansion and pseudo-mergers
Two Northeast Pennsylvania bars have settled for a combined $6.6 million with a man who became quadriplegic after driving drunk and crashing his car into a tree
A Philadelphia jury has awarded $2.25 million to a construction worker who was injured when a concrete-pumping hose struck him on the head and caused him to fall into a basement
... Defense Attorney: Colleen Ready, Margolis Edelstein, Mount Laurel (for Government Employees Insurance Co.); none reported for...
In this action asserting bifurcated claims for UIM benefits and bad faith, compelling simultaneous discovery on all claims before resolution of the UIM claim was error
More and more insurance companies are opting to resolve medical malpractice cases through binding arbitration rather than going to trial, some attorneys say
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