...in misconduct by discussing the case on his Facebook page and via Twitter. The juror, Eric Wuest, strongly hinted in a Facebook posting...
The state Supreme Court affirmed without an opinion Tuesday a lower court ruling that workers' compensation judges have no vested rights in pay increases, and therefore no recourse to collect on a re
The Delaware Court of Chancery has ordered Wal-Mart to release internal documents detailing its directors' knowledge of allegations that the company's Mexican affiliate, Walmex, bribed government off
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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
The Commonwealth Court has ruled in a case of first impression that a state agency may not specify a price in a request for sealed competitive proposals because the Commonwealth Procurement Code requ
Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge Jack McVay Jr. defeated Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Joseph C. Waters Jr. in the contest for the Democratic nomination for state Superior Court on T
A federal judge has dismissed a complaint against Arlin Adams in a case stemming from turmoil in the wealthy Perelman family
New York-based Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler is seeking to remove a trade secrets case filed against it from state court in Pittsburgh to federal court in the Western District of Pennsylvania
Citing voluminous filings and a preference for airing controversial issues - such as balancing free speech with deterrence of child pornography - in an "open courtroom," a federal judge has denied su
A Philadelphia judge should extend the common-law loss of consortium claim enjoyed by married couples to same-sex couples who hold themselves out as married, plaintiffs in a medical malpractice actio
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