...focus on stronger issues and abandon weaker ones, a recent series of revisions to the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure eliminated a requirement that had...
The method by which prospective purchasers of real estate conduct environmental due diligence is about to change
On Feb. 4, 2005, plaintiff Ronald Tompko, 68, a retired firefighter, was descending the right side of the handicap ramp of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., city hall when he was allegedly caused to slip on a patch
In the Federalist Papers, James Madison advocated for ratification of the Constitution, citing to the limited powers of the "general government," and stating that "the states, in all unenumerated cas
...bar, agreed with the apology legislation after some changes but opposes other revisions in tort law. For instance, Mark E. Phenicie, legislative counsel...
...1915.3-2 reiterates this language regarding initial evaluations. Even after the revisions to the statute, questions remained whether the court could enter a temporary...
...assessment appeals nunc pro tunc with the city's Board of Revision of Taxes. The trial court then issued two separate orders...
The proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure present not only a significant shift in the scope of discovery allowed in federal court, but also would usher in a new era of other lim
Under a rule proposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on July 8, Medicare Part B payments to medical practitioners would be allowed for non-face-to-face care for some patients
The American Bar Association is loosening its reins on law schools following years of criticism that its myriad rules have driven up the cost of a legal education and discouraged experimentation
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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