...multimillion-dollar business deal. Toll claimed that he and Leonard Tannenbaum had made an oral agreement that Toll's daughter, Elizabeth Toll...
...from fraud, misconduct or some other irregularity. Rather, plaintiff argued that under Tannenbaum v. Nationwide Ins. Co., 919 A.2d 267 (Pa. Super. 2007), the...
The state Supreme Court has declined to hear arguments over whether state law allows for UIM recovery to offset an award against a third-party tortfeasor, effectively letting stand the Superior Court
Former death-row inmate Nate Fields and attorney Marc Bookman, director of the Atlantic Center for Capital Representation, are set to speak at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday at Drexel University's Earle Mack Sc
In many personal injury actions, the income loss claim is the largest damage component. The income loss claim has two components, namely: (1) loss of past earnings and (2) impairment of future earnin
...part, upon the Superior Court's prior decision in the case of Tannenbaum v. Nationwide Ins., 919 A.2d 267 (Pa.Super. 2007), which pertained...
The strange saga of a college student who launched parody brands of an outdoor clothing company appears to have come to a conclusion. The North Face and the makers of "South Butt" and "Butt Face" par
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The state Superior Court has ruled that state law does not allow for UIM recovery to offset an award against a third-party tortfeasor
The trademark enforcers at Louis Vuitton Malletier S.A. are in a dustup with the University of Pennsylvania Law School over the school's use of Vuitton marks on an invitation and poster
A family-owned bottling company's lawsuit has prompted a Massachusetts federal judge to enter a preliminary injunction against PepsiCo Inc. The injunction bars PepsiCo from using 10 variations on the
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