The state Superior Court has rejected a general contractor's bid to gain immunity from civil liability in a case where a laborer was injured on the job, ruling that there were outstanding questions a
...available reports indicated that the campaign committee supporting McCaffery, an attorney at Friedman, Schuman, Applebaum, Nemeroff & McCaffery and judicial common pleas candidate, topped...
Tuesday's statewide primary election for the sole appellate court seat on the ballot is expected to generate low turnout, which will raise the importance of external factors, like other local races t
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...and Justices J. Michael Eakin, Max Baer, Debra Todd and Seamus P. McCaffery. In Telly and Labs, according to Saylor, the school boards...
...Connor. Sean P. Kilkenny , Friedman, Schuman, Applebaum, Nemeroff & McCaffery. Amy S. Kline , Saul Ewing...
As attorney Howard Lee Kelin was fielding a barrage of questions from the justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in Philadelphia last week about whether his client, a Bucks County School District
Jean Bond Brown, an associate with Timoney Knox, was selected as a panelist for a seminar for plaintiffs attorneys in Philadelphia
Brian J. McCormick Jr., a partner at Sheller P.C., was a speaker at the American Association for Justice's winter conference Feb. 11 in Phoenix
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