The Pennsylvania Superior Court has revived a suit filed against Duane Morris and Baltimore firm Neuberger Quinn Gielen Rubin & Gibber by former Rite Aid General Counsel Franklin Brown, who was convi
State investigators uncovered gambling convictions, connections to organized crime, drug arrests and questionable political contributions from employees of casino applicants but weren't allowed to pr
The state Superior Court has ruled that a Lackawanna County trial court failed to examine evidence or apply the proper First Amendment balancing test before ordering the moderator of an online messag
...leg. Plaintiff's Attorneys: Joseph T. Wright, Jr. George A. Reihner, and Danielle M. Mulcahey, Wright & Reihner, Scranton. ...
...disc. Plaintiff's Attorneys: Danielle M. Mulcahey, Wright & Reihner, Scranton, Pa. Expert Witness: Kenneth Gentilezza, medical...
...The accountants asserted that because George A. Reihner and Kevin C. Quinn, now of Wright & Reihner in Scranton, represented them in their...
A Philadelphia attorney has helped a water company win a $6.6 million arbitration award against two municipalities after its agreement with them was terminated
A halfway house does not qualify as a "single-family dwelling" under residential zoning ordinances because of the likely transience of its residents, the state Supreme Court has ruled in a 6-0 decisi
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