...of drugs.The commonwealth appealed from the trial court's order granting appellee Karen Lisa Graham's post-sentence motion for judgment of...
The issues or questions presented for review are at the heart of any appeal. The appellant (the party taking the appeal) gets the first chance to frame the issues for an appellate court's considerati
...k/a Customers Bank appealed from the Jan. 24, 2013 trial court order denying a motion to consolidate two judgments where the trial court had...
The state Superior Court has declined to consolidate two judgments brought individually against a husband and wife for debts stemming from a single loan
A teen who allegedly talked about accessing guns in school, causing the school to increase security and attendance to temporarily drop, may not be found delinquent because the statement itself was no
The state Superior Court has rejected a general contractor's bid to gain immunity from civil liability in a case where a laborer was injured on the job, ruling that there were outstanding questions a
Corporate practices may not be in the midst of a booming fourth-quarter M&A market like the one that marked the end of 2012, but they have had a bright spot in 2013 thanks to the spate of IPO filings
Between carving around turns and watching out for trees, skiers who collide with others might also need to start worrying about punitive damages
...the writ. Affirmed.Appellant PayPal Inc. appealed the trial court order that granted summary judgment for appellee Korman Commercial Properties Inc., which stemmed...
...Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas Judge Albert H. Masland's order issuing a permanent injunction shifting management authority over a company to a...
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