If Bruce Beemer is confirmed as Pennsylvania's attorney general this week, as expected, he will not be tied to the policies and priorities of his recent predecessor, Kathleen Kane. But public opinion may force him to continue certain initiatives, namely an ongoing investigation of state officials' email traffic, as he works to restore stability at the Office of Attorney General.
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Pennsylvania is moving swiftly ahead with a regulatory scheme to govern the introduction of medical marijuana, issuing its first batch of proposed rules for growers this month.
A two-month-old U.S. Supreme Court decision outlawing criminal penalties for DUI suspects who refuse to submit to a blood test applies retroactively in Pennsylvania, at least three trial judges in separate counties have ruled—but the issue is far from settled.
The Legal's Insurance Law supplement includes articles on liability issues involving drones, IP claims under "advertising injury" and navigating through the "additional insured" endorsement.
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