Following the acquittal of the six judges accused of ticket-fixing in the Philadelphia Traffic Court trial, several members of the criminal defense bar said the federal jury was correct in finding that no fraud was committed.
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The future of Philadelphia's oil industry; managing an environmental enforcement investigation; the next decade of PA shale development; the benefits of going green with alternative energy; and more can be found in our Energy and Environmental Law Supplement.
Discovery and experts following Barrick; the impact of sperm donorship on parental obligations; post retirement benefits in matrimonial litigation and more are explored in the Family Law Supplement.
Attorney John W. Zotter of Zimmer Kunz in Pittsburgh represented two trucking companies that were involved in separate multivehicle accidents in the summer of 2011.
Money a county paid its solicitor for acting as interest arbitrator in a labor dispute will have to be repaid to the county, despite a resolution the county adopted agreeing to pay the attorney for the work, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.