Post & Schell recently announced that the firm's principals have elected principal and co-chair of the firm's construction practice group, Mason Avrigian Jr., as a member of the firm's board of directors.
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A federal judge opines on the factual allegations necessary for a student-plaintiff to survive a motion to dismiss state tort claims where he/she seeks damages from a school district and its administrators arising from sexual assault by a peer.
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"We cannot accept former President Trump's claim that a President has unbounded authority to commit crimes that would neutralize the most fundamental check on executive power—the recognition and implementation of election results," the court stated.
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The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas' densely packed medical malpractice trial scheduling that took off last year is on track to calm down by the second half of 2024, according to Administrative Judge Daniel Anders.
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"Going forward, that there's a remedy for bad faith, and that keeps everyone honest in the uninsured, underinsured benefits context. I think that is a success," attorney Oliver T. Barry said.
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Lawyers from Bardsley, Benedict & Cholden and Post & Schell are representing Stanley Black & Decker in a products liability suit; Kaufman Borgeest & Ryan is representing New York City in a lawsuit filed by a plaintiff claiming emotional distress at one of the city's facilities; Rutan & Tucker is representing Sankofa Co. in a trade secret suit.
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