The products liability landscape in Pennsylvania following the Supreme Court's game-changing decision in Tincher v. Omega Flex has often been referred to as the "Wild West" by practitioners, and the practice may just have gotten a little wilder.
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During the oral argument session that is set to begin Tuesday the state Supreme Court is set to wade into muddy waters over quantum meruit claims for non-partner lawyers, and hear arguments on an issue that some say could have a chilling effect on the workers' compensation bar.
The former same-sex partner of a child's biological mother cannot claim she is entitled to custody of the child since she has no biological connection to him, nor has she legally adopted him, the state Superior Court has ruled.
In The Legal’s GC Compensation supplement find out how general counsel ranked in the state, and read about performance-based compensation and corporate responsibility.
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