A Philadelphia judge dismissed two of the three claims against Fox Rothschild raised by a condo owner who alleged the firm interfered with its sale of several units
...seeks criminal prosecution. The sponsor of the bill, state Senator Stewart Greenleaf, R-Montgomery, said that in Pennsylvania today, orders of protection are...
...v. Rababda, 268 A.2d 157 (Pa. Super. 1970), and Brueckner v. Stewart, No. 10617 (C.P. Lawrence Dec. 20, 2006), the case here involved...
...labor and employment boutiques Jackson Lewis and Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart, IP boutique Fish & Richardson and general services firms Dykema Gossett, Hogan...
Last year's decision by the Pennsylvania Superior Court that a nursing home was authorized to collect nearly $100,000 in outstanding bills from an adult child of an indigent nursing home resident, He
Pennsylvania Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille testified Thursday in favor of establishing a line item in the state budget to pay for lawyers to represent poor Pennsylvanians in some civil cases
Today, LL.M. degrees, a.k.a. Masters of Law, or, for the fancy, the Latin name Legum Magister, are offered in a variety of legal specialties ranging from trial advocacy to intellectual property to in
Recent news that the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is looking to raise $200 million through a U.S. immigration program that gives foreign investors green cards for their investments has some quest
...bill's passage that she was surprised by the opposition. While Senator Stewart Greenleaf, R-Montgomery, has introduced a bill that would mimic the federal...
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