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Pepper Hamilton

Pepper Hamilton CEO Leaving the Firm

By Gina Passarella |

Scott Green, one of the first nonlawyer CEOs of an Am Law 100 or 200 firm, is leaving Pepper Hamilton to "pursue other interests," the firm said in a brief statement.

Morgan Lewis Finalizes Bingham Deal, Adds 510 Lawyers

By Gina Passarella |

Philadelphia became home Monday to the largest firm in the United States based on domestic attorney headcount with the addition of 510 lawyers to Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.

Robert Kerns

Kerns Sentenced to Two Years' Probation

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

Robert Kerns, the former Montgomery County Republican Party leader who was accused of rape, has been sentenced to two years' probation for indecent assault.

Lawyers, Not Clients, Must Pay Court Reporting Costs

By Gina Passarella |

A Philadelphia trial judge, in an issue of first impression, ruled lawyers, not clients, are responsible for paying court reporting costs.

Suzuki Not Liable in ATV Crash

By Max Mitchell |

Suzuki will not be held liable for an allegedly defective four-wheeled all-terrain vehicle that flipped onto and severely injured the 14-year-old driver, an Allegheny County jury has determined.

Traffic Court

Divided Pa. Supreme Court Lifts Ex-Judge's Suspension

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

Over the protests of two state Supreme Court members, including the chief justice, the court has lifted the suspension of former Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge Michael J. Sullivan.


Turnpike Commission Case Concludes as Two Ex-Officials Plead Guilty

By Max Mitchell |

The remaining two defendants in the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission case have each pleaded guilty to felony conflict of interest.