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Law Professor Files Bias Suit Against Duquesne, Dean

By Gina Passarella |

A Duquesne University School of Law professor, whose subjects include Islamic law, has sued the law school and its dean for age, gender and religious scholarship discrimination.

Right-to-Know Request for Freeh Report Documents Denied

By Max Mitchell |

The Commonwealth Court has denied a Right-to-Know Law request seeking documents related to the Freeh report that the former secretary of the state Department of Education had received.


Third Circuit Eyes Standard for Appeals When Requests for Arbitration Denied

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

The question of how relaxed the court should be in taking up appeals when requests for arbitration are denied was before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit last week.

Phila.'s $1.43M Gun Permit Data-Breach Accord Approved

By Gina Passarella |

A Philadelphia judge has granted final approval to a $1.43 million settlement in a class action brought by unsuccessful applicants to carry firearms who alleged the city disclosed confidential information about the applicants on a website database.

McCaffery's Seat Likely to Stay Empty Through 2014

By Max Mitchell and Lizzy McLellan |

The state Supreme Court seat left empty by former Justice Seamus P. McCaffery will likely remain vacant until next year's election, political and legal sources who spoke with the Law Weekly said.