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Attorney's clients breathing easier after Obama's gun safety orders

HARRISBURG - A Pennsylvania attorney for health care providers is less worried about changes in privacy laws designed to help curtail gun violence than he was when the modifications were announced in January.

Attorney: Even $1 penalty can help compensate consumers in CFPB cases

PHILADELPHIA - Even a fine of $1 issued by a federal consumer protection agency against a financially troubled company is significant, a Philadelphia attorney says.

Philadelphia school district denies ADA allegations, told to schedule settlement conference

PHILADELPHIA - A federal court judge has ordered a settlement conference to resolve a former teacher’s allegations that the Philadelphia school system discriminated against him because of a medical condition, then retaliated when he complained.