The Third Circuit has reinstated claims against a military defense contractor being sued by the estate of a U.S. Army soldier electrocuted while showering in the Radwaniyah Palace Complex in Iraq
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed several constitutional challenges to the state Legislative Reapportionment Commission's second set of legislative districts, approving new dis
The state Superior Court has revived a claim stemming from a fatal motor vehicle-pedestrian accident, ruling that the trial court improperly weighed the evidence before it and discounted possibly via
Attorneys cannot be deemed ineffective for failing to advise a defendant that he or she may lose his or her pension if he or she enters a guilty plea to criminal charges, the state Supreme Court has
A nationwide group of pharmacies failed in its bid to stop the merger of two of the country's largest pharmaceutical benefits management companies — Medco Health Solutions and Express Scripts &
Because the military made decisions regarding the faulty electrical systems in the housing for soldiers in Iraq, a federal judge ruled that the court cannot delve into the claims of negligence lodged
The state Supreme Court has ruled that a court conducting a risk-utility analysis of an allegedly defective product with more than one intended use should consider all of those uses, rather than just
In a decision attorneys said has wide-reaching applicability for oil and gas companies in Pennsylvania, the state Supreme Court has ruled that even oil and gas wells that are operated sporadically an
The state Legislative Reapportionment Commission's recently approved House and Senate districts are contrary to Pennsylvania law, the state Supreme Court has narrowly decided, remanding the redistric
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