The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that a trial judge did not have jurisdiction to order a mistrial in a hotly contested asbestos case
A hotly contested asbestos case that started with the plaintiff making a now-withdrawn allegation of ex parte judicial intervention on the verdict sheet ended up in the state Superior Court on Tuesda
The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on the summary judgment threshold in an asbestos case
A Philadelphia senior judge said she declared a mistrial in a hotly contested asbestos case because the defendants sent a copy of their motion for her recusal to the administrative judge of the Phila
A Philadelphia judge has declared a mistrial in a hotly contested asbestos case in which plaintiffs' counsel amended a portion of his post-trial motion that originally alleged the verdict sheet in th
The plaintiffs' counsel in a hotly contested Philadelphia asbestos case has amended a portion of his post-trial motion that originally alleged the verdict sheet in the case was developed because of a
The defendants in a hotly contested Philadelphia asbestos case said in court papers that the verdict sheet in the case was not developed because of alleged ex parte contact by the defense lawyers
...Pneumo Abex's counsel, Thomas P. Hanna of Kelley Jasons McGowan Spinelli Hanna & Reber in Philadelphia, and Ford's counsel, Sharon L. Caffrey of...
...21. He was a founder of law firm Kelley Jasons McGowan Spinelli Hanna & Reber. Kelley, a Philadelphia native and member of the...
After almost 25 years of trying asbestos cases through reverse bifurcation, the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court's mass torts program for asbestos is now undertaking straight-through trials of asbesto
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