On Dec. 11, the Philadelphia Bar Association's Public Interest Section is set to host its two capstone end-of-year events: the annual Public Interest Law Day CLE and the section's annual awards cerem
A verdict against two Pittsburgh attorneys and a doctor has been tripled to $1.3 million in a case where they were found liable by a federal civil jury in West Virginia for violating the federal Rack
...The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania's...Philadelphia. Duane Morris partner Lawrence H...
Phones were ringing across the country with former law school classmates wondering if their friends' new associate positions at white-shoe firms were in jeopardy, too
...a former Commonwealth Court judge who chairs the appellate practice at Duane Morris, said the court could have lawyers resubmit the case on briefs and...
Our listing of the top lateral moves of 2012 could not be more diverse when it comes to practice area and firm type. And for the first time, we have listed lateral attorneys who left the Pennsylvania
...confrontation clause. A court interpreters' union also questioned whether courthouse-based...Alameda County Superior Court Judge Morris Jacobson. "We're talking...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...The Peirce firm was the designated legal counsel for the United Transportation Union, but the defendants argued that there was no evidence that the "...
...of Markell's first-term goals, including negotiating with the legislature and unions to enact a pay cut for state employees to help reduce Delaware...
A prospective lawyer who fails to meet the state's new pro bono requirement for admission to the bar can seek a hardship waiver, but Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said he expects few exemptions to be
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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