Granting limited discovery in a social media dispute, a Lancaster County judge has ordered the parties in a personal injury case to hire a "neutral forensic computer expert" to review the plaintiff's
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...Keris, shareholder in the Scranton office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, attended the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance's...
A party may not recover attorney fees under § 1988 for interim relief when a district court ultimately dismisses the party's § 1983 claims on the merits
...this: How? For John J. Hare, the Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin attorney representing Harleysville Insurance Co., the mere breach of...
The state Supreme Court has granted allocatur in a case that promises to have lasting effects on Pennsylvania's statutory employer law, following a divided state Superior Court's decision affirming a
In the most recent of a growing body of opinions on social media discovery in Pennsylvania trial courts, a Lackawanna County judge has denied a husband and wife's motion to compel the Facebook userna
...James M. Prahler, Margolis Edelstein, Philadelphia; Mark T. Riley, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, King of Prussia, Pa. Comment: The parties...
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