...the defense attorney in the case, W. Darren Powell of Thomas Thomas & Hafer in Harrisburg, could be reached for comment. According to...
While there is currently debate over whether the rise of the natural gas industry in Pennsylvania has created as many jobs as some had originally projected, there is little disagreement among attorne
The state Supreme Court has adopted a rule change that allows a plaintiff to open a judgment of non pros for inactivity by showing that the defense failed to meet each of the three requirements for i
...every attorney," plaintiffs or defense. Hersperger, the Thomas, Thomas & Hafer attorney representing defendant Sodexho Management Inc., said the language of Pennsylvania...
A Northumberland County judge granted last week a defense motion seeking access to the private portions of the Facebook and MySpace accounts of a personal injury plaintiff, finding no privilege exist
...Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Defense Counsel: Scott D. McCarroll, Thomas, Thomas & Hafer, Harrisburg. Comment: A man who fell about 30 feet...
Following is a listing of executive and legislative action for the week of February 25. Members of the General Assembly are set to return to session March 11
Walgreens missed its window to remove a case against it to federal court and U.S. District Judge Gene Pratter of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania wasn't persuaded that its second notice of remova
...2006 against Peter Speaker, Esq. and the law firm of Thomas, Thomas, & Hafer, in addition to defendants in the 2005 complaint. The...
For Pennsylvania attorneys who are following the state's body of law on discovery motions regarding social media, here's one thing to consider: While the law is not settled, many of the cases posing
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