Eyebrows were raised and speculation prompted when the Philadelphia-based American Law Institute (ALI) announced that one of its symposia discussing the newly-adopted Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance would include a pair of judges in a federal courthouse.
Trump's DOJ says it spent 1,500 hours reviewing lawsuits that have no chance of success
The cover-up persists with the redaction of names of priests accused of sexual abuse in five dioceses
Government officials in Middletown won't pay the Press & Journal to publish public notices unless the paper stops criticizing them.
Plaintiffs from out-of-state continue to seek jackpots in Philadelphia court, and an appeals court sees nothing wrong with that.
Faith in their lawyer has not paid off for families in Lancaster suing Armstrong World Industries. In fact, he was recently disqualified from representing them.
One thing you don't expect to see at professional football games is drunken fans. Wait! That's one thing you do expect to see.
America may be a mecca for immigrants, but Philadelphia County has become a magnet for mass tort plaintiffs, and the wretched refuse keep coming.
What if the same company made lip balm and glue sticks in similar containers and a batch of the latter somehow got mislabeled as the former and distributed to retailers?