A Philadelphia jury sided with the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in a medical malpractice suit in which the legal guardian of a minor with cerebral palsy accused the hospital of failing
Pittsburgh-based Thorp Reed & Armstrong and Detroit-based Clark Hill have signed a merger agreement, the firms have announced
The best that most Pennsylvania law firms can expect in terms of revenue growth in 2014 is between 3 and 7 percent, according to a review of both local and national surveys, as well as several years'
...that licensee was operating or was in actual physical control of the movement of the vehicle while under the influence of alcohol; 2) was asked...
Every day we read in our local newspapers or watch local TV news about another high school, college or NFL football player getting knocked out or taken off the field on a stretcher or, worse yet, dyi
A federal judge closed the door to the possibility of a statewide women's wrestling league when he denied the Pennsylvania Wrestling Club's bid to intervene in a civil rights action filed by a junior
...has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, choreiform, and suffers from frequent spastic movements, seizures, developmental delay, microcephalus, retinopathy of prematurity and visual impairment, the plaintiff...
Ideas and programs to increase access to justice for the indigent have been gaining traction in Pennsylvania, two state Supreme Court justices said over the past several weeks in public forums and in
...the government's warrantless installation of a GPS device to track the movement of appellee's van and held that appellee and his two brothers...
On Aug. 13, the U.S. Department of Justice and six state attorneys general filed a lawsuit to block the proposed merger of American Airlines and US Airways. Pennsylvania was one of the states to join
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