The list of the names of the 8,098 candidates who passed the bar examination given on July 30 and 31
Documents created by nursing staff after receiving an incident report are safe from disclosure during medical malpractice discovery under the Peer Review Protection Act, an Allegheny County Court of
Plaintiffs and defense lawyers told The Legal that litigation against nursing homes and other facilities that provide care to older Pennsylvanians has ticked upward in the last decade, along with inc
...Judge Malachy E. Mannion in Wilkes-Barre should do a fine...in the Eastern District, Gerald McHugh, who is a highly regarded...
Intellectual property verdicts represented the largest category in number and dollar value last year. The category has contributed one verdict higher than $1 billion in each of the three prior years.
...judgment," according to the motion. Erica Wilson of Wilkes & McHugh in Philadelphia, who represented Deener-Burks, couldn't immediately be reached...
A nursing home may be held directly liable under a theory of corporate negligence, the state Supreme Court has ruled, providing clarity to trial courts on an issue that has been muddied since the jus
A Dauphin County jury sided with both the defense and the plaintiff in two separate verdicts issued in a case in which a woman claimed her mother had received insufficient care while a resident first
...dehydration, malnourishment. Plaintiffs Counsel: Ruben J. Krisztal, Wilkes & McHugh, Philadelphia. Defense Counsel: David T. Bush and...
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