Minor changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect last month, but the debate over the major changes slated for December 2015 is still under way and dividing the bar
...Pennsylvania a couple of years ago, when the Supreme Court adopted the truth defense found in Restatement (Second) of Torts Section 772(a). But even...
The state Superior Court has granted a new trial to a woman who suffers from kidney failure in a medical malpractice case, ruling that she should have been able to introduce testimony from her expert
One of the mysteries of the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act signed into law by Gov. Mark Schweiker on March 20, 2002, was what it would do for patient safety. MCARE has grown int
A magisterial district judge has ruled that former Montgomery County GOP Chairman Robert J. Kerns will have to answer all 19 charges against him, including counts of rape and indecent sexual assault,
...It is the face of the complaint that matters, and not the truth of the facts alleged therein.The policy stated that appellee...
The district attorney in my county was the campaign manager for the first assistant district attorney's election campaign for judicial office. The first assistant district attorney won the election a
...and watched unprepared lawyers attempt to try a case knows this sad truth. The art of trying cases and the necessary skills don't...
Consumer finance lawyers have spent the last year helping their clients adjust to sweeping regulatory changes to the residential mortgage industry that are set to go into effect in January, and last
The efficient-market hypothesis, which holds that security prices fully reflect all available information, had a big year in 2013. In February, the U.S. Supreme Court announced its decision in Amgen
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