...In the practice of law, all new lawyers need a corner man (OK, a corner person, but you get the idea). New lawyers need an...
The political corruption that saturated the century between 1850 and 1950 has receded and a reform that was prompted by it?the provision in Philadelphia's Home Rule Charter barring police officers fr
Addressing a recurring question, the state Supreme Court has determined that conspiracy to commit third-degree murder is a cognizable offense
...when a project approved by the General Assembly can get the final OK from the governor. Presently, a project could be on the books indefinitely...
Determining that jury commissioner offices are county and not judicial positions was the key factor in the state Supreme Court's determination that the law allowing counties to abolish jury commissio
...through your clients' eyes — rather than assuming that everything is OK and you are beloved. Over the past two years, I...
White-collar attorney David M. Laigaie has left Philadelphia-based Dilworth Paxson to join Pittsburgh-based Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott as a member and head of the firm's corporate investigations
The Commonwealth Court has weighed in on two separate cases involving teachers who allegedly conceded misconduct and come to starkly different conclusions
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -A federal judge has declined to dismiss a class-action lawsuit accusing Texas of poorly supervising foster children
...as long as I get a fair shot, then they're OK with me." In terms of the asbestos legislation, Payne...
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