A bad-faith suit against Allstate Insurance Co. stemming from an auto-accident case that produced a $19.1 million verdict in Philadelphia has been settled for $22 million.
- Pa.'s Maturing Energy Industry Leads to New Legal Work
- Two Turnpike Defendants Offered ARD
- Supreme Court Adopts New Rules for MDJ Conduct
- Castille Details Court System's Drive to Tame Civil Backlog
- Cargill Keeps Cocoa Case in Eastern District
- Court Upholds $10K Fee Lawyer Must Pay to Contest Custody
Welcome to the 13th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We use this opportunity each year to shine a light on the outstanding young attorneys in Pennsylvania and the work they are doing to help shape the legal profession.
The First-Year Associates Supplement includes analysis of The Legal’s annual First-Year Associates Survey, articles on mentoring, becoming a rainmaker, life after law school and more.
As the energy industry in Pennsylvania has begun to mature, so has the legal industry supporting it, with more of the activity now centered on "midstream" work and litigation.
New rules that the state Supreme Court adopted governing the conduct of magisterial district judges should bring greater clarity regarding their conduct on and off the bench, and will bring the regulations more in line with the newly enacted Code of Judicial Conduct.