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Critics come out to fight AG Shapiro's proposed antitrust rule; Law prof worries about impact on class actions
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro wants to supplement regulations which are part of a state consumer protection law, but law scholars and business groups are concerned that he is trying to create a state anti-trust statute in doing so.
William A. Fetterhoff has joined Scranton-based Myers Brier & Kelly, LLP (MBK) as Of Counsel. Fetterhoff will be resident in the firm’s Harrisburg office.
Class action plaintiffs suing Montgomery McCracken for $619M attempting a second bite at the apple, firm argues
SCRANTON – A law firm facing a $619 million legal malpractice lawsuit in Pennsylvania federal court wants the case dismissed for failure to state a claim and other causes or alternatively, transferred to federal court in New York.
MYERS BRIER & KELLY: Nine at MBK Honored as 2018 Pennsylvania Top Lawyers, Super Lawyers & Rising Stars
Myers, Brier & Kelly, LLP (“MBK”) congratulates its partners Daniel T. Brier, Frank J. Brier, Patrick A. Casey, John B. Dempsey, Robert T. Kelly and Donna A. Walsh for being honored again as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. Daniel T. Brier was included again as one of the Top 100 Pennsylvania Lawyers.
Lawyers accused of botching litigation over Luzerne Co. Kerr-McGee plant; Class action seeks $619 million
SCRANTON – A federal court in Scranton now has jurisdiction over a lawsuit which is seeking more than $619 million for 4,400 residents of Avoca, who were said to be exposed to carcinogenic substances from the Kerr-McGee Corp. wood treatment facility.