More names have been added to the already lengthy roster of state officials charged in the FBI’s sweeping investigation into pay-to-play politics in Pennsylvania.
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The Pennsylvania Superior Court has tossed out a $38.5 million punitive damages award in a case involving a fatal shooting at a Kraft factory, but according to several plaintiffs attorneys, the ruling tossed out much more than money.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether common-law forfeiture exists in the state, after the Commonwealth Court en banc ruled earlier this year that it does not.
In The Legal’s Energy/Environmental Law supplement, read about EPA budget cuts, endangered species and project planning, and the scope of the ERA.
In The Legal's Family Law supplement, read about cryogenics and divorce, transgender marriage in Pennsylvania and autism in family court.