...court admonished that proportionality is to be assessed "less through a historical prism than according to the evolving standards of decency that mark the progress...
A plaintiff in the Paxil mass tort litigation has seen her case remanded to the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas after GlaxoSmithKline had removed the case to federal court
... From cloud computing to the National Security Agency’s PRISM surveillance program, the intersection of technology and law is more prominent than...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
As part of its 170th anniversary, The Legal for the first time awarded some of Pennsylvania's most influential attorneys with Lifetime Achievement Awards. Each honoree was asked to provide a brief qu
...in tow include the Hampshire Real Estate Companies of Morristown and the Prism Group of Lakewood, according to Moore. Discussions began in late...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...on Whitewater: Lessons in the Art of Negotiating Proffer Agreements through the Prism of a Presidential Crisis." Ken Gormley, dean and professor...
The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case over whether a young girl's videotaped statement that her father sexually abused her should be corroborated to be admitted in court
A 4-year-old's testimony alleging that her father performed numerous sexual acts on her - captured as a DVD interview - was not an "exceptional case" where uncorroborated hearsay was solely sufficien
...interpreted the "reasonableness" requirement of the Fourth Amendment through the prism of our citizenry's "reasonable expectation of privacy." This standard...
Wyoming County did not investigate father's background, character, reputation or family or offer any evidence to corroborate the New York DVD hearsay statement; accordingly, the Commonwealth Court co
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