Over the past decade, lawyers in Pennsylvania have gotten into trouble with the state's disciplinary board for offenses spanning from ripping off clients and being disrespectful to judges to arson, assault, and even homicide.
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A woman's state law claim that she was injured when she was struck in the head by another passenger's suitcase while boarding a Southwest Airlines flight is not pre-empted by the Federal Aviation Act, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled in a case of first impression.
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