The supervising judge of the grand jury investigating senior Penn State officials' response to reports of child sex abuse by Jerry Sandusky found his jurisdiction ended when the presentment was hande
This is a procedure that is slowly gaining acceptance in both state and federal courts, albeit with some significant opposition. Questions from jurors to witnesses during trial is promoted by some fe
Federal magistrate judges are playing a growing role in civil litigation in all three districts in Pennsylvania, as well as across the country. With consent of the parties, magistrate judges now cond
...E.K. Pratter and Peter Vaira of Vaira & Riley are set to address the Federal Courts Committee on "...
The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania has amended its local Criminal Rule 32.7 to require mutual discovery of all material supplied to the probation officer by the prosecuto
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier engaged in a "conspiracy of silence" with two other university administrators to conceal allegations against Jerry Sandusky, state Attorney General Linda Ke
Eastern District Local Civil Rule 83.5.2 requires any attorney who is not a member of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania bar to hire as associate counsel (local counsel)
...Lewis was joined by Schnader Harrison partner Elizabeth Ainslie and Vaira & Riley partners Peter Vaira and Jack Riley, all of whom are representing...
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier wrote a letter to the university's board of trustees Sunday to say the findings of Louis B. Freeh's investigation into the university's handling of allegati
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