...of Health Care Reform on Low-Income Pennsylvanians"; "Public Records: Nuts-and-Bolts and Changes in the Law"; and "Advocacy: Collaboration...
...says. "If you bought a can of 'mixed nuts' that only had peanuts, that would not be mixed nuts but...
When Simpson Thacher & Bartlett attorney Kenneth E. Young was looking in 2006 to move his family from New York to Philadelphia, he was searching for a law firm environment in the city that would most
Today's column is a summary of a program that I moderated at the 2013 Federal Bench Bar Conference on June 7 in Philadelphia. The participants were U.S. District Judge Mary McLaughlin of the Eastern
Lawyers rightfully pride themselves on knowing the facts, understanding the value of applying their keen analytical skills to assess that information, and using their sound reasoning skills to pull t
Five years after they were rolled out, the rules about the way complaints against federal judges are handled are under review
...was designed to introduce law students and property faculty to the "Nuts and Bolts of a Land Use Practice." Stein has...
The Legal won't be asking for official nominations until early June, but it's time to begin thinking about outstanding attorneys under the age of 40 in Pennsylvania to nominate for The Legal's Lawyer
Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez might be nominated to lead the Department of Labor, but the inner workings of the Department of Justice took center stage at his confirmation hearing April 18 on
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