A Lehigh Valley lawyer has failed in a bid to vacate his conviction on charges related to stealing client funds because of ineffective assistance of counsel
A dozen vacancies stretch across the federal bench in Pennsylvania, but the "nuclear option" won't likely help put judges in those seats
An attorney has failed to show a link between his inability to collect from ex-clients $768,000 in unpaid legal fees and a separate suit filed by three law firms on behalf of those clients
A brain cancer case against Rohm and Haas was properly thrown out because the testimony of the plaintiff's sole expert on causation was not admissible, the state Superior Court has ruled
Incoming Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor William P. Fedullo said that supporting the city's school district and re-examining the bar's judicial ratings system would be among his top prioritie
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Former state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin is arguing in an appeal before the Superior Court that prosecutors encroached on judicial affairs exclusively regulated by the high court, and that
Two Northeast Pennsylvania bars have settled for a combined $6.6 million with a man who became quadriplegic after driving drunk and crashing his car into a tree
A Luzerne County attorney who once served as a court of common pleas judge is set to take over as chief legal counsel for the legal department of the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts
The state Superior Court has rejected a general contractor's bid to gain immunity from civil liability in a case where a laborer was injured on the job, ruling that there were outstanding questions a
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