Less is more. That was the premise under which the committee recommending changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure operated, said U.S. District Judge Gene E.K. Pratter of the Eastern District
...signed to remedy an unchallenged finding of disparate "impact" on minorities of firefighter entrance exams. Garaufis was removed from handling the...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
I attended a seminar on capital litigation and the question posed was whether a lawyer could be ordered by his client not to present any mitigation if the client had been convicted of murder of the f
...They are able to do this not just because they participate in minority job fairs, or are members of organizations such as the Philadelphia Diversity...
...of the will of the majority unconstitutionally infringing the rights of a minority. Heim also argued that even if a majority of Pennsylvania...
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed several constitutional challenges to the state Legislative Reapportionment Commission's second set of legislative districts, approving new dis
Family court cases involving delinquent children should not involve a zero-tolerance philosophy and less serious offenders should not be placed with more serious offenders lest they become worse, acc
...of communications for Corbett. State Senator Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery, minority chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said that it would be "...
...from accepting students with lower academic credentials, which might disproportionately shut out minority and low-income applicants. Before 2008, the ABA spelled out...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit adopted a test set out by the U.S. Supreme Court to determine whether or not a person is an employee of a professional corporation for the purposes of
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