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Despite New Role, Saylor's Pen Keeps Flowing

By Lizzy McLellan |

Nearly seven months into a calendar year when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is operating with two vacant seats, the justices appear to be issuing opinions at a reasonable pace, observers said, while the court's leader has taken an especially active role in writing.

AG Charges Two Attorneys With Wiretap Violations

By Max Mitchell |

The state attorney general has filed charges against two western Pennsylvania defense attorneys over alleged violations of the Wiretap Act. The charges stem from separate incidents where the attorneys allegedly used illegally made recordings in legal proceedings.

Justices Affirm Rare Insurance Liquidation Denials

By Max Mitchell |

The state Supreme Court has rejected efforts by the Pennsylvania Insurance commissioner to convert the rehabilitation of two insurance companies into liquidations.

Class Certified in Provigil Antitrust Case

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

A federal judge has certified a class of direct purchasers of the drug Provigil in their antitrust case against generic drug makers Ranbaxy Laboratories and Mylan Pharmaceuticals.

Actor and comedian Bill Cosby speaks to students at Selma High School in Selma, Alabama, on May 15, 2015.

Cosby 'Suspicious' of Attorney Role in Transcript Release

By Lizzy McLellan |

Attorneys for Bill Cosby want to investigate whether the plaintiffs attorney in a 2005 lawsuit against him was involved in the recent release of a deposition transcript from that case, which ended in a confidential settlement.

Reed Smith Partner to Lead Pitt Law Energy Institute

By Gina Passarella |

The University of Pittsburgh School of Law has formed the Energy Law and Policy Institute, which will be led to start by Reed Smith partner and law school alumnus Kevin Abbott.