...by Dechert partners Jonathan Streeter and Robert Jossen and Cravath, Swaine & Moore partner Evan Chesler, Alcoa agreed to plead guilty in the Western District...
...were elected shareholders of the firm. • Aaron E. Moore focuses his practice on the defense of attorneys, accountants, home inspectors...
For Pennsylvania's large law firms, 2013 was a year of office expansion and pseudo-mergers
Can the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection interpret the Bituminous Coal Mine Safety Act to protect miner safety, or does it first need to go through the Board of Coal Mine Safety
...Foster & Fields, Lemoyne, Pa. Defense Counsel: Andrew L. Riemenschneider, Moore & Riemenschneider, Abington, Pa. Plaintiffs Expert: Dr. Robert J. Maurer...
A federal judge in Trenton, N.J., said a New Jersey statute providing incentives for power plant construction to help lower electricity rates and head off shortages is pre-empted by federal law
...Removal/Remand • Reconsideration • Interlocutory AppealMoore v. Johnson & Johnson, PICS Case No. 13-2696 (E.D. Pa...
A wrongful use of civil proceedings case against an attorney has been tossed out after the Superior Court found that the plaintiff did not show that the attorney filed suit for purposes other than pu
After holding an evidentiary hearing, a federal judge has restated her decision finding that McNeil Pharmaceuticals, the maker of Tylenol, is a New Jersey company
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