A 25-year veteran of the courts with a reputation for being scholarly and ties to the county bar association has been elected as president judge of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas
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... DIGITAL HARASSMENT ENDS IN PHYSICAL VIOLENCE...
The Easton Area School District will give the U.S. Supreme Court a chance to define the scope of a school's authority to regulate student speech when it seeks certiorari in the case over "I ♥
Most pregnant women are able to perform their jobs without needing any modifications in the workplace. Others, however, are able to perform the essential functions of their jobs, but need reasonable
In B.H. v. Easton Area School District, the Third Circuit decided that, absent disruption, public school principals may not restrict "plausibly political" student speech or speech with a social messa
...covenants, trade secrets and other employee mobility issues; employment discrimination and sexual harassment matters; employment contract disputes; and defamation and privacy-related matters....
...s leadership over what he believed to be discrimination based on his sexual orientation. Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Marlene F. Lachman...
...parties were "current or former sexual or intimate partners," having been...5/1/13 was not harassment." However, she failed to acknowledge...
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