From Western Pennsylvania to Seattle and South Africa to Dubai, the legal community is focusing its expansion on a select few markets for a host of different reasons, according to the 25th annual Wha
The first case to challenge Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage shouldn't go to the Third Circuit, the plaintiffs responded to the Corbett administration's motion for interlocutory appeal
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On Nov. 15, the U.S. Supreme Court granted Halliburton Co.'s second petition for writ of certiorari in the Erica P. John Fund v. Halliburton, No. 13-317, securities litigation, this time to consider
...AAA and its affiliate for international cases, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), have introduced a new set of rules allowing parties to appeal...
...III. Ordinarily, a schedule of briefing through the fall with resolution to the motions in limine would keep the court on track for...
...bankruptcy; generation-skipping transfer tax planning; the 1976 Copyright Act; alternative dispute resolution; immigration; advanced legal writing; and litigation practices using social media. All of...
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A federal judge closed the door to the possibility of a statewide women's wrestling league when he denied the Pennsylvania Wrestling Club's bid to intervene in a civil rights action filed by a junior
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