The Philadelphia Bar Association's Judicial Commission takes about 2,000 hours vetting candidates seeking judgeships on the city's courts, so when a report came out saying that the product of those investigations—its ratings list of the candidates—had little impact when compared to ballot position o
After appellate attorney Howard J. Bashman appeared in front of a panel of Pennsylvania Superior Court judges with a $55 million verdict against Honda at stake, he quickly jumped on his appellate blog, "How Appealing," to say how well the arguments went, and to subtly dig the opposing counsel for al
The first lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania over the shingles vaccine has been dismissed with a federal judge saying the suit was begun after the statute of limitations had run out.
Ride-share giant Uber has hired a team of Big Law attorneys from Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker to represent it in a lawsuit filed last month in Pittsburgh over an allegedly misidentified driver.
The state Superior Court has affirmed a more than $55 million verdict against Honda Motors in a much-anticipated ruling that further refines Pennsylvania products liability law in the wake of the game-changing 2014 decision in .
General practice attorney Gerald Clarke of Clarke and Associates says he sees a lot of disgruntled workers coming into his office looking to sue their former employers. But the difficulty of bringing whistleblower cases in an at-will employment state like Pennsylvania means he has to turn many of th
Throughout the Philadelphia District Attorney Candidates' Forum on Monday evening, the candidates continually sought to distinguish themselves in a race that is increasingly centered on two issues: public integrity and the expansion of diversionary programs.
A Pennsylvania Superior Court panel has upheld a defense verdict in one of the first products liability cases to be appealed in the wake of the game-changing Tincher v. Omega Flex decision that recalibrated products liability in Pennsylvania.
The Philadelphia-area attorney hit with nearly $1 million in sanctions that were later reversed has alleged that the attorneys who pursued those sanctions only did so to inflate attorney fees in the underlying medical malpractice case.
The state Superior Court has determined a family that initially chose not to stack insurance coverage for the cars they owned could still recover stacked insurance benefits because, when they added a new car to the policy several years later, the insurance carrier failed to obtain a waiver opting ou