One would expect that, in the more than 20 years since the U.S. Supreme Court's seminal decision regarding admissibility of expert witness testimony, the parameters of proving fundamental issues woul
Shareholder activism was at the forefront of major corporate events during 2013. Proxy fights at Hess, the Dell takeover, and feuds over capital allocation at Apple substantiate recent observations t
A Lehigh County jury awarded Mark Crowell and Sharon Petrosky Crowell $55 million for the injuries suffered by their son, Matthew Crowell, after he suffered a lack of oxygen to the brain during deliv
The year 2014 promises to be another year where corporate purchasing departments strive to keep costs down while vendors attempt to increase margins. In this marketplace tug-of-war it occasionally ha
...a different opinion. Unlike medicine, the legal system is not a precise science. In any event, our hearts and sincere wishes go out to the...
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In 2013, many novel civil litigation issues came before the trial and appellate courts of Pennsylvania for decision. Some of these issues were resolved and some were left open for another day, but on
...while decreasing the costs associated with document review and production. Although the science behind predictive coding—also commonly known as computer-assisted review, computer...
Litigator Stephen Harvey, who notably represented the plaintiffs in a challenge to the teaching of intelligent design in public schools and the more recent matter of getting two young patients on an
...firms say they are seeing a lot of activity in the life sciences and biotechnology space, the busiest of all industries in the 2013 initial...
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