In 1988, the Pennsylvania legislature passed and then-Governor Robert P. Casey signed into law what is now codified as 42 Pa.C.S. Section 8305. Section 8305, in relevant part, sets forth that
...he called it during last Tuesday's arguments in Commonwealth v. Neiman. The state Superior Court has already found the legislation...
This article addresses the complex and sometimes confusing interplay between Pennsylvania workers' compensation benefits and Pennsylvania unemployment compensation benefits and, specifically, what ef
Arguments over the constitutionality of a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for juveniles provoked strong comments but no clear consensus at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesd
...this rationale to credit card companies. In Burns v. Neiman Marcus Grp. Inc. , 93 Cal. Rptr. 3d 130 (Ct. App. 2009...
Questions in high-stakes cases flew fast and furious during the first week of the new Supreme Court term, and not only from the justices' bench
Alabama death row inmate Cory Maples, who lost his chance to bring a critical appeal because of a mailroom snafu in a New York law firm, may be getting a second chance from the U.S. Supreme Court
...limbs. The justices limited the appeal in Commonwealth v. Neiman to the single-subject issue, after an en banc Superior Court...
A hypertechnical distinction can rear its ugly head at any given time, even when a litigant has been prudent throughout, successfully navigating the confession of judgment rules for instance
...72 P.S. §7225 and §7252Stoloff v. Neiman Marcus Group, Inc., PICS Case No. 11-0961 (Pa. Super. May 23...
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