Two recent decisions prove that nothing is as simple as it seems — especially removal. The opinions by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in February illustrate hi
...said. And while common law marriage might appear to allow for some wiggle room regardless of the gender of the couples, he noted that it...
...to a concert with are you ready for this? The Wiggles, with whom my 2-year-old is obsessed. I was curious to...
...in the same case, he noted. "There's still too much wiggle room. We're still 3 to 5 years away from seeing a...
When Oracle Corp. settled a False Claims Act suit with the federal government last month for a record $199.5 million, it appeared to be a straightforward resolution to what the company billed as an u
None of the news reports about the Roger Clemens perjury trial mentioned anything about failed technology
"Arrest the Jury," read one sign outside the Orange County, Fla., Courthouse in Orlando on July 7, when Casey Anthony was sentenced to four years and fined $1,000 for four misdemeanor counts of lying
A U.S. District Court judge, predicting Pennsylvania law, has ruled that a collision between two skiers may be the result of negligence and is not always an inherent risk of the winter sport
Plaintiffs who opted out of last year's massive settlement of respiratory and other claims stemming from the cleanup after the terror attacks on the World Trade Center will have additional time to ex
...pair of wing tips. Walk around for a bit. Stretch your arms. Wiggle your toes. How do you feel? When you exercise your human ability...
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