The state Superior Court has rejected a bid by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to overturn a more than $10 million verdict over a failure to promptly diagnose an infant's bacterial meningitis.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has rejected a bid by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to overturn a more than $10 million verdict over a failure to promptly diagnose an infant's bacterial meningitis.
The state Superior Court has affirmed the criminal conviction of Patrick Reese, a former aide to former state Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
A federal judge has granted class certification to plaintiffs alleging that Philadelphia's civil asset forfeiture program creates an unconstitutional conflict of interest for law enforcement agencies.
A dispute has arisen in the Risperdal litigation in Philadelphia over whether new plaintiffs in the mass tort should have to include prescription records and documentation of a Risperdal-related injury in their plaintiff fact sheets.
The First Judicial District is planning to use cellphone-locking technology at the Criminal Justice Center—although attorneys and court officials will be largely exempt from the new rules.
A Bucks County jury determined that the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission should pay $2.3 million for a 2.6-acre parcel of land that the owners said they had planned to turn into a hotel.
The litigation that began in state court over the diabetes drug Invokana should be handled in federal court, a district judge has ruled.
A federal judge has shaved several theories from a cluster of cases against Bayer Corp. over its Essure birth control device, finding that express pre-emption applied to many of the plaintiffs' claims.
As legal clashes over its status as a sanctuary city appear likely, Philadelphia is turning to a team of local big-law attorneys to advise it on how to handle the controversial immigration issue.