A review of roughly 4,000 emails sent between members of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the Office of the Attorney General has revealed that no improper communications between members of the two bodies took place, according to a report released by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts on Dec. 19.
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The state Supreme Court has placed a limit on the multiple-trigger theory of liability insurance coverage through a recent decision on the liability of a plumbing company's insurer.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a first-impression case that defined employers' obligations to an employee signing a noncompete agreement.
The annual report on the legal profession includes statistics on the top 100 law firms in Pennsylvania, the largest awards and settlements and the legal economic outlook for 2015.
The annual Labor and Employment Supplement features attorneys from throughout Pennsylvania who specialize in this practice area.