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Despite High Satisfaction, Pa. Midlevel Associates Gripe Over Pay

By Lizzy McLellan |

Pennsylvania midlevel associates generally reported high levels of satisfaction, with a few firms making major jumps in national rankings, in a recent survey conducted by Legal affiliate The American Lawyer. But some firms showed noteworthy declines in associate satisfaction, with survey responses revealing complaints about compensation or workload.

Wooden building structure is fully engulfed in flames during fire department practice burn training.

Malicious Prosecution Case Against Cops, Firemen Revived

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

A woman acquitted of arson will have a second chance to prove that a warrant was unlawfully issued for her arrest and also that the evidence against her was fabricated.

Disney World Beats Suit Over Snake Attack

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

A tourist who sued Disney world after suffering a snake bite at the park saw the suit tossed on jurisdictional grounds.

Pennsylvania First Deputy Attorney General Bruce Beemer leaves a hearing at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., on Dec. 7, 2015.  Following former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's conviction and resignation, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf nominated Kane's former top deputy Bruce Beemer on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016, to assume the state's top law enforcement job for the remaining months of her term.

Beemer May Not Be Able to Avoid Releasing Email Report

By Lizzy McLellan |

If Bruce Beemer is confirmed as Pennsylvania's attorney general this week, as expected, he will not be tied to the policies and priorities of his recent predecessor, Kathleen Kane. But public opinion may force him to continue certain initiatives, namely an ongoing investigation of state officials' email traffic, as he works to restore stability at the Office of Attorney General.

MDJ Charged After Using Robe as Pillow, Bullying Clerks

By Max Mitchell |

Employees always risk disciplinary action if they sleep on the job, but if you are a magisterial district judge, you might want to think twice before using your judicial robe as a pillow. Former Magisterial District Judge David W. Tidd of Northampton County was charged by the Judicial Conduct Board recently in connection with a number of incidents of allegedly inappropriate behavior while on the bench.

In ‘Unusual’ Move, Mylan Creates Own Generic EpiPen Competitor

As public outcry continues over the extraordinary price increase for Mylan’s EpiPen allergy auto-injector, the company announced Monday it will address cost concerns by introducing its own generic version that will sell for half the price—an unusual decision, according to attorneys familiar with the pharmaceutical industry.