...WM Inland Adjacent v. Mervyn's (In re Mervyn's Holdings), No. 08-11586 (KG), Adv. Pro. No. 09-50920 (KG), 2013...
...Election lawyer Gregory Harvey from Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, who...Chairman Bob] Brady orally tells ward leaders. If he tells ward...
...a board member of Temple Beth Hillel Beth-El and as a ward leader for the Republican Committee of Lower Merion and Narberth. ...
Editors' Note: This list includes the top 50 verdicts and settlements as reported in The Legal Intelligencer and Pennsylvania Law Weekly, with assistance from VerdictSearch.com, for 2008
The issue arises in many cases: The soon-to-be business debtor rents its facility. The rent is due on the first of the month
Where a lease has been rejected under 365(a), can the debtor prorate the payment obligations as of the date of the rejection of the lease
The attorney for a Butler County judge accused by the state Judicial Conduct Board of "unreasonable and unjustifiable delay" in handling family court cases said administrative changes have been made
As we watch the primary election campaign for judges in Philadelphia unfolding, we see sitting jurists running from pillar to post trying to raise money from lawyers so they can keep their jobs and c
This fall, Ralph Nader, the independent candidate for president, wanted access to state election ballots Nov. 2
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