Following the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit's prediction that the state Supreme Court will adopt the Restatement (Third) of Torts, a federal judge has reconsidered an opinion he issued
...plaintiffs to successfully bring suits, said Todd O'Malley of O'Malley & Langan in Scranton, who represented the plaintiffs, Robert Vaskas and his...
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners has announced the results of the bar examination given on July 24 and 25, 2012. Of the 2,077 applicants who took the exam, 1,606 passed (the overall pass rate
...Goldberg, Persky, Jennings & White, Pittsburgh; Todd J. O'Malley, O'Malley & Langan, Scranton; John F. Romano, Romano Law Group, Lake Worth, Fla...
A Scranton workers` compensation judge has thrown out a modification petition based on a labor market theory in the wake of the Commonwealth Court`s decision that the judges lack the power to approve
A Scranton workers' compensation judge has thrown out a modification petition based on a labor market theory in the wake of the Commonwealth Court's decision that the judges lack the power to approve
Suits filed against H&R Block alleging unnecessary fees for electronically filing clients' tax returns may be tried as a class action and need not be arbitrated individually, the Superior Court has r
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