Calling out the National Labor Relations Board as moving toward "serving as the litigation arm of the union" rather than enforcing federal labor law, a federal judge granted the NLRB's broad subpoenas of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, but stayed their implementation so that UPMC can seek appellate review.
A government-paid informant who long snitched on the Gambino and Bonanno crime families but reneged on a deal to tip off the FBI to an arson is entitled to a new trial because of errors by a trial judge.
A police officer who tripped over suddenly-swelling fire hoses during a chaotic rescue effort is not entitled to accidental disability retirement benefits, a split Manhattan appellate court said.
A medical equipment provider is fighting a Philadelphia judge's decision to revoke class status given to medical providers suing insurance companies for failure to pay interest on late reimbursements.
In response to The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News' bid to subpoena law firms for information on referral fees paid to his wife, state Supreme Court Justice Seamus P. McCaffery in a court filing called the papers' bid "improper."
Paul Shechtman, a partner at Zuckerman Spaeder, writes about noteworthy decisions that stood out among the 98 criminal cases the court decided during the 2013-2014 term, including a Second Amendment challenge to a gun conviction.
Broward Circuit Judge Jeffrey E. Streitfeld plans to return to playing the accordion after 42 years of practicing law.
Suspended Miami Lakes mayor Michael Pizzi is asking the Florida Supreme Court to compel the governor to lift the suspension.
Subsequent home buyers may not sue for breach of an implied warranty of habitability, the state Supreme Court has ruled.
The dissolved law firm of Arkin Kaplan Rice still must pay the sublease on Manhattan office space that the firm occupied before its contentious 2012 breakup, a state appeals court panel ruled Thursday.