...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...
While its seminal decision on corporate liability for nursing homes awaits judgment from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the state Superior Court has kicked a similar matter back to Philadelphia cour
... Plaintiffs Counsel: Ruben J. Krisztal and Peter D. Giglione, Wilkes & McHugh, Philadelphia. Defense Counsel: Michael G. Sabo, Rawle & Henderson...
Despite medical malpractice filings continuing their decline in Pennsylvania, an increasingly litigious society has contributed to a rise in lawsuits against practitioners in other professions, inclu
An arbitration agreement requiring a specific arbitrator and set of rules is not enforceable when that arbitrator is no longer available, the Superior Court has ruled in an apparent issue of first im
...with Pottsville-based Riley & Fanelli; Michael Collis, a partner with Wilkes & McHugh's Pittsburgh offices; and Steven Barth, an associate with Pittsburgh-based...
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