The legal battle over a controversial ballot measure that could raise the mandatory retirement age for Pennsylvania's judges is not yet settled, despite an exhaustive run of litigation in state court that concluded earlier this week with the question set to appear Nov. 8.
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Eastburn and Gray's Robert R. Watson Jr., a shareholder in the firm's construction law practice group, presented a seminar titled "Introduction to the New Construction Notices Directory" to members of the Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. Eastern Pennsylvania chapter.
A Philadelphia jury has hit a firearms accessories manufacturer with a $2.6 million verdict for an allegedly defective holster that caused a state trooper's gun to fire into his leg while he was exiting his vehicle.
In the Legal's Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals & Health Care supplement, articles focus on the future of 3D printing in the industry, personal health technology and medical marijuana.
In The Legal’s GC Compensation supplement find out how general counsel ranked in the state, read about salaries in Pennsylvania and the state of regulation.