Six plaintiffs challenging the mandatory retirement of judges in the year they turn 70 have asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to appoint a special master
...the Supreme Court under its extraordinary jurisdiction. Tom Groshens of Sprague & Sprague said in an interview that "our case includes claims...
...Among the likely contenders are Douglas Wilson, Kane's current deputy; Douglas Sprague, head of economic crimes; and Candace Kelly, chief of special prosecutions....
...their birthdays fall on the calendar. Plaintiffs' attorney Richard A. Sprague of Sprague & Sprague said that this case involves the opportunity to...
The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on whether a suit against Harrisburg law firm Keefer Wood Allen & Rahal and other defendants should be moved from Philadelphia to Dauphin County,
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court announced that it will hear arguments at its Harrisburg session in two of the three lawsuits filed by judges challenging Pennsylvania's mandatory requirement that they
...statement of the people," argued plaintiffs' counsel Thomas E. Groshens, of Sprague & Sprague. "But the declaration of rights in Pennsylvania's constitution...
Philadelphia union leader John Dougherty has sued Pepper Hamilton, alleging the firm illegally attached a confidential FBI affidavit to a motion it filed on behalf of client Philadelphia Media Networ
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