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Two attorneys will head new Environmental Practice Group at Phila.'s Post & Schell

Former Greenberg Traurig attorneys Stephen C. Jones and Paul R.

Pa. Superior Court reverses trial judge's dismissal of hospital wrongful death case

A Pennsylvania appellate court panel has ruled that a Montgomery County

Former Spector Gadon & Rosen trusts and estates attorney charged with stealing more than $500K from clients

A former attorney with Philadelphia’s Spector Gadon & Rosen was charged

No criminal charges in fatal Phila. warehouse blaze; case remains civil matter

The deaths of two city firefighters in a warehouse blaze nearly two years

Pa. Supreme Court lifts suspension of Phila. lawyer who misused client funds

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court last month reinstated a Philadelphia lawyer who had been suspended for five years for misusing client funds.

Second venue change in case of Pa. woman burned by faulty heating pad

A federal judge in Harrisburg has been assigned a products liability case

Academic Urology, physician sued for failure to detect malignant tumor in patient’s abdomen

A New Jersey woman has filed a medical malpractice and personal injury

Rep. Rob Andrews leaving Congress for position with Dilworth Paxson

U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews, a Democrat representing parts of southern New

Judge admonishes uncle for acting as attorney for nephew in case against City of Phila.

A federal judge has overruled a plaintiff’s objection in his civil rights case

Obama nominates Dechert attorney Cheryl Ann Krause to Third Circuit

President Obama this week nominated Cheryl Ann Krause, an attorney who

Penn Law Dean Michael Fitts tapped to lead Tulane University in New Orleans

The dean of the University of Pennsylvania’s Law School is heading down

Ethics requirements, distance learning changes to Pa. continuing legal education

Pennsylvania’s Continuing Legal Education Board announced this week

Proposal would mandate judges' party affiliation on retention ballot

A western Pennsylvania lawmaker has introduced a bill that would amend

Judge dismisses suit against homeowners association by woman who broke ankle on black ice

A federal judge in Philadelphia has thrown out a premises liability action

Public Interest Law Center of Phila. seeks $42K-plus in attorneys’ fees from special ed dispute with Phila. S.D.

The Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, which represents families

Cabbie sues University of Pennsylvania, police officers over rough treatment

A Philadelphia cab driver claims in a newly filed lawsuit that he was physically assaulted by a University of Pennsylvania police officer after being pulled over for alleged careless driving.

Punitive damages claim can proceed in case arising from city worker’s ladder death

A judge has refused to toss a punitive damages claim in the case of a widow

Third Circuit affirms dismissal of NFL Super Bowl ticket suit

A federal appeals panel has sided with a U.S. District Court judge in

City of Coatesville sued by former manager who alleges discriminatory firing

The former top administrator of a Chester County municipality is alleging

Pa. Chief Justice Castille joins national workgroup on videoconferencing technology

The chief justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was invited this week