By Amanda O'Brien | August 30, 2023
"The court cannot conclude at this time that the capacity exclusion is a complete bar to M&G's demand for a defense and/or indemnity."
By Amanda O'Brien | July 3, 2023
The rapper had blamed his lawyers for a $7 million jury verdict stemming from accusations that he released a sex tape. But a Connecticut federal judge found no evidence that the participation of three additional witnesses would have changed the outcome.
By Riley Brennan | June 15, 2023
"In writing the IDEA, Congress understood that families take many forms, but the bottom line is always the best interest of the child with a disability. That is why the IDEA has such a broad definition of the person assuming the role of 'parent,'" said the plaintiffs' attorney, Alan L. Yatvin of Weir Greenblatt Pierce, in Philadelphia.
By Amanda O'Brien | May 12, 2023
Michael Chertoff's consulting firm recently reviewed the Supreme Court's investigation into the "Dobbs" leak. The former DHS secretary and Third Circuit judge spoke in Philadelphia on Thursday.
By Amanda O'Brien | April 17, 2023
U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Schmehl denied a request by the convicted former union leader to dismiss embezzlement charges slated for a trial next month, but he did conclude that the allegations are enough to justify an evidentiary hearing on the firm's prior defense of bribery charges.
By Aleeza Furman | February 6, 2023
As head of the new program, Judge Susan Schulman said she is bullish on the impact it will continue to have on decreasing the medical malpractice backlog.
By Victoria Pfefferle-Gillot | January 30, 2023
Capehart Scatchard announced that four attorneys in the workers' compensation department were admitted as shareholders to the firm's Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, office: Courtnie A. Farrington, McKenna Parris, Jaclyn M. Terranova and Daniela C. Vizcarra.
By Marianna Wharry | November 14, 2022
Protection from abuse orders increased 12% statewide in 2021 and returned to similar numbers reported in 2017 and 2018, according to data released from the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
By Marianna Wharry | September 21, 2022
The state said it currently has 244 interpreters representing 38 languages on the courts' statewide roster. Court interpreters are trained language professionals who can communicate and access court services for a person with limited English proficiency or who is deaf or hard of hearing by orally interpreting or signing.
By Max Mitchell | October 20, 2021
The case split the justices 4-3 on the issues, and elicited four separate opinions from the seven-member court.
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