A Pennsylvania Supreme Court committee is proposing a new rule that will help medical malpractice lawyers, but a look at the makeup of the committee shows five lawyers, including its chair, who work at firms that file medical malpractice cases.
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HARRISBURG – Business and legal reform groups are calling on the state Supreme Court to uphold a specific application of a law that governs how defendants split the check when a plaintiff verdict comes in - opposing a so-called "carve-out" that would keep the law from applying to asbestos cases..
PHILADELPHIA – The alleged victim in an assault and battery incident that allegedly took place at Paoli Hospital earlier this year recently withdrew her claims without prejudice.
MARSHALL DENNEHEY WARNER COLEMAN & GOGGIN: Marshall Dennehey Named a 2019 "Best Law Firm" in Multiple Practice Areas by U.S. News - Best Lawyers® -- Firm's Appellate Practice is ranked both nationally and regionally for the first time
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin has been named a "2019 Best Law Firm" in multiple practice areas, both nationally and across numerous regions of the country, by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®.
MEDIA — A law firm is suing a Wayne company, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
MARSHALL DENNEHEY WARNER COLEMAN & GOGGIN: Matthew Keris Elected Atlantic Regional Director of the Defense Research Institute
Matthew P. Keris, shareholder in the Scranton office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, has been elected the Atlantic Regional Director of the Defense Research Institute (DRI), the country's leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel.
Flight attendant says she was severely injured by passing Jamba Juice cart inside Philly International Airport
PHILADELPHIA – A flight attendant who alleges she was barreled over by a juice store’s supply cart and seriously injured inside Philadelphia International Airport, is now pursuing damages against the company to which the store belongs.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man has launched legal action on behalf of two young boys, ages 6 and 8 years old, against a pair of children’s agencies and a woman serving as a foster parent, claiming the defendants’ collective negligence allowed for the boys to be sexually abused by the foster parent’s grandson.
MARSHALL DENNEHEY WARNER COLEMAN & GOGGIN: Teresa Ficken Sachs Argues Before the Supreme Court of the United States
Teresa Ficken Sachs, Co-Chair of the Appellate Advocacy & Post-Trial Practice Group at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, presented her first oral argument before the Supreme Court of the United States on October 3, 2018, in the case of Knick v. Township of Scott, Pa., No. 17-647.
PHILADELPHIA – Defense counsel for manufacturers and retailers of a Toastmaster coffee pot which allegedly gave a case plaintiff an electric shock, say that same plaintiff has no legal right to request punitive damages.
PHILADELPHIA – A local energy company is pursuing legal action after it says it learned that a conduit apparatus designed to supply steam beneath Philadelphia’s downtown streets was equipped with insufficient PVC electrical ducts, ducts which put a section of steel pipe at risk for rupture.
PHILADELPHIA – Parties in an alleged assault and battery case which took place at Paoli Hospital are contesting the specificity and sufficiency of the claims contained in the instant litigation.
PHILADELPHIA – The mother of a teenager shot and killed at a bar in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia has initiated civil action against the establishment, its owners and the individual alleged to have committed the murder.
MARSHALL DENNEHEY WARNER COLEMAN & GOGGIN: Marshall Dennehey Selected a "Best Places to Work" by the Philadelphia Business Journal for the Sixth Year in a Row
For the sixth year running, Marshall Dennehey was selected by the Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the Philadelphia region's "Best Places to Work."
PITTSBURGH — A former employee of the Borough of Wilkinsburg who filed suit in March was not terminated in retaliation for whistleblowing, the borough alleges in a newly filed answer to the complaint, but for misconduct and insubordination.