Judge Anthony J. DeFino was a man who touched the lives of many in Philadelphia's legal community through his mentoring, fairness and sense of humor, attorneys and judges said in the wake of his deat
A Philadelphia jury has sided with the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in a medical malpractice suit in which the legal guardian of a minor with cerebral palsy accused the hospital of fail
Aaron M. Fine, a founder of Fine, Kaplan and Black in Philadelphia, died Oct. 17 at the age of 90
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
Philadelphia has traditionally been a hotbed of mass tort litigation, but some attorneys say the city's courts are currently experiencing a break in the number of new mass tort cases filed
The levels of cash raised by campaign committees supporting Philadelphia judicial candidates have varied widely, according to the latest available campaign finance records provided by the Pennsylvani
Pennsylvania has long been known as a jurisdiction where wrongful use of civil proceedings is used as a sword, not just as a shield
In a case presenting three separate forum options, a federal judge has chosen not to enforce the selection clauses in some of the contracts between the parties
Ethan O'Shea, a partner with Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, spoke on the topic of "Perils of Independent Contractor Misclassifications, Employment Background Checks, and Workplace Investiga
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