As Pennsylvania-based law firms were setting their sights on national and international markets, out-of-town firms started opening up shop in the state. With foreign expansion slowing down for many Pennsylvania firms and competition in the local market increasing, area firms are refocusing their efforts on their own backyards.
- Joinder of Pa. Bank Returns MERS Case to State Court
- Greenberg Traurig Seeks to Affirm $673K Award in Partner Row
- Allegheny Jury Awards $16 Million in Auto Case
- AmerisourceBergen Denied Attorney Fee Coverage
- Discovery of Doctor Reviews Halted to Address Privilege
- Parties Spar Over Court's Role in Insurance Liquidation Process
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An attorney representing the Pennsylvania insurance commissioner argued before the state Supreme Court that when considering a rehabilitator's plan to liquidate an insurance carrier, the courts should defer to the experts.
Allowing the costs associated with retaining counsel to count as an ascertainable loss under the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law would lead to a "cottage industry" of "private attorneys general," an attorney representing a car rental company argued before the state Supreme Court in Philadelphia last week.