The Legal Intelligencer
An Allegheny County jury has awarded nearly $16 million to a woman who sustained a severe brain injury in an auto accident while on her way to the rehearsal dinner for her daughter's wedding.
Greenberg Traurig has asked a Philadelphia judge to affirm an arbitration award of $673,060 in its favor and against two former shareholders who left to form their own firm.
A technology employee for Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati has been charged by the Southern District U.S. Attorney's Office for a scheme that allowed him to net more than $300,000 trading on information about potential mergers and acquisitions on which the law firm was advising.
Since a federal judge agreed to join a Pennsylvania-based bank to a lawsuit against the owner and operator of the mortgage recording system MERS, the case has bounced back to the state court where it was first filed.
AmerisourceBergen is not entitled to coverage from its insurance carrier for attorney fees incurred because of a Massachusetts qui tam suit, the state Superior Court has ruled.
The Court of Appeals will hear oral argument Thursday on a Second Department decision holding that such interviews undermined suspects' rights against self-incrimination, but the district attorney argues that hundreds of suspects have had charges and bail recommendations reduced as a result of the interviews.
A Harlem man who was convicted of a fatal 1994 shooting in Far Rockaway, Queens but always maintained his innocence received a fair trial that was free of eyewitness misidentification or misconduct by police and prosecutors, a Queens judge has ruled.
A federal judge has shot down a request by defense counsel to appoint a single attorney to coordinate discovery in a multi-defendant narcotics case, saying it could lead to the possible abdication of responsibility by individual defense attorneys to manage discovery and the issues raised by multiple representation.
A man attending a deposition at Akerman's Miami office is suing the law firm, alleging he was severely injured by a security guard and ejected from the office.
Ford Motor Co. and a parts supplier prevailed in a product liability case in West Palm Beach federal court against a woman suing on behalf of her incapacitated daughter.