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
When is insurance not insurance? According to both Merriam-Webster and Black's Law Dictionary, insurance is a "contract whereby one party undertakes to indemnify or guarantee another against loss by
My spouse is an attorney. I am a judicial officer. Can my spouse serve as an assistant district attorney or assistant city solicitor and, if he or she does, would I have to disqualify myself in all c
...Milliken, is a homeowner pursuing claims of fraud, negligent misrepresentation and Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection violations that were tossed from a Delaware County...
In previous articles, I have referred to the new post-Koken era of Pennsylvania motor vehicle accident litigation as "Hurricane Koken" given its stormy and meandering path
A case that promises to have lasting effects on the state's statutory employer law is expected to highlight the state Supreme Court's oral argument session that kicks off today in Harrisburg
Age-based judicial retirement is harmful to our system of justice. It is discriminatory and, with such a policy, we lose our most experienced judges—those who have the most life and legal exper
On Aug. 5, the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice surprised some industry observers when it filed suit to challenge the merger of US Airways and American Airlines. On Tuesday, the D
...of good faith and fair dealing and violation of Pennsylvania's Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (UTPCPL). The court dismissed all but the...
...as persuasive authority, legal malpractice actions often result in overly harsh and unfair applications of basic concepts, overwhelmingly in favor of attorneys and against their...
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