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Pennsylvania cracks down on hazing in secondary schools

HARRISBURG – Legislation requiring secondary schools in Pennsylvania to adopt policies and procedures to prevent and correct hazing recently was signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf.

Court orders plaintiff to pay defendant’s $8 million in attorneys fees in patent dispute

PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. Supreme Court has ordered the Alzheimer’s Institute of America to pay $8 million in attorneys fees after the court found its patent infringement lawsuit misrepresented the true owner of patents covering Alzheimer’s detection.

New rule allows physicians of out-of-state sports teams to treat their players at Pa. events

HARRISBURG – A new law that allows visiting out-of-state team physicians to provide care to their athletes without holding a Pennsylvania medical license has been signed into law.