Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday struggled with a landowner's claim that the denial of a permit to develop his land because he refused government suggestions to mitigate potential damage to wetlands
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...Pennsylvania has ruled that the reorganized successor to the former Penn Central Transportation Co. must pay a $15 million judgment against the original railroad...
Listed below are profiles of the lawyers selected as Lawyers on the Fast Track for 2011
The Top Verdicts of 2010 as reported by Verdict Search contains charts of the top verdicts and settlements in Pennsylvania, along with breakout charts of selected verdict categories. Also included is
In this edition of The Legal, we present the answers of the four Republican and four Democratic candidates for openings on the Superior Court
Editor's note: Libertarian candidate Marakay Rogers was added to the ballot Sept. 16, after questionnaires were sent to the other candidates. A questionnaire was sent to Rogers, but she did not respo
The U.S. Supreme Court surprised observers recently by granting certiorari in yet another takings case for its current term
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