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Pa. judge who dismissed her own traffic tickets ordered suspended without pay

By Jon Campisi | May 30, 2013

Pennsylvania’s Court of Judicial Discipline has granted a petition by the state’s Judicial

U.S. Govt. sues Phila. food warehouse for failing to correct 'filthy' conditions

By Jon Campisi | May 30, 2013

The federal government has filed a civil suit against a Philadelphia food warehouse over

Pa. Supreme Court adopts new rules for state constables

By Jon Campisi | May 29, 2013

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court announced this week that it has adopted new rules for

Phila. firm sues Pittsburgh Zoo on behalf of couple whose toddler was mauled to death by wild dogs

By Jon Campisi | May 29, 2013

The fatal mauling of a young child by a pack of African wild dogs at a western

Fitness & Sports Clubs petitions federal court to hear injury case by Pa. man

By Jon Campisi | May 29, 2013

A lawyer representing LA Fitness in a personal injury claim initiated by a Delaware

Philly judge orders religious protestors evicted from 'private property' outside One Liberty Place

By Jon Campisi | May 29, 2013

A Philadelphia judge has ruled in favor of the owners of one of Center City’s prominent

Phila. students join lawyers and judges to celebrate culmination of Advancing Civics Education program

By Jon Campisi | May 28, 2013

A large number of Philadelphia public school students are expected to join jurists and

Phila. jury awards $19.1 million to man who lost leg after being struck by vehicle

By Jon Campisi | May 28, 2013

A Philadelphia Common Pleas Court jury has rendered a $19.1 million

Former NFL running back Stanley Winfrey joins MDL concussion case

By Jon Campisi | May 28, 2013

A former running back for the Miami Dolphins and the Tampa Bay

Kraft Foods again denied summary judgment in discriminatory firing case

By Jon Campisi | May 24, 2013

A federal judge overseeing an employment discrimination case against Kraft Foods has,

Pa. rep. behind gun control 'nullification' bill fires back at state Sen. from Phila. denouncing the proposal

By Jon Campisi | May 24, 2013

The conservative lawmaker from southwestern Pennsylvania sponsoring a bill designed

FJD court administrative officer recognized as a 2013 'diverse attorney'

By Jon Campisi | May 24, 2013

Rachel Gallegos, a court administrative officer in the First Judicial District of

Allegheny County trial judge beats out Phila. Municipal Court judge in Democratic race for Pa. Superior Court

By Jon Campisi | May 24, 2013

A western Pennsylvania trial court judge beat out a Philadelphia jurist in the Democratic

Judge dismisses class action against Comcast involving business class contract dispute

By Jon Campisi | May 23, 2013

A U.S. District Judge in Philadelphia recently dismissed a class action complaint against

N.J. man sues Pennhurst haunted house, site of landmark ‘Halderman’ U.S. Supreme Court decision

By Jon Campisi | May 23, 2013

A popular yet controversial Philadelphia-area Halloween attraction that takes place on

Pa. family mistakenly targeted by deputy U.S. Marshals seeking fugitive can proceed with suit, judge rules

By Jon Campisi | May 23, 2013

A Norristown family who claims they were wrongly targeted by deputy U.S. Marshals in

Judge rules dismissal premature in NAACP airport advertising case, allows suit over billboard refusal to proceed

By Jon Campisi | May 22, 2013

The City of Philadelphia has lost its bid to dismiss a federal complaint by the NAACP

Phila. Prothonotary Joseph Evers named permanent court administrator for the FJD

By Jon Campisi | May 22, 2013

Joseph Evers, the prothonotary for the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, has been

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