Pennsylvania firms are not immune from a nationwide dip in demand, which industry observers predict will lead to layoffs, but the impact in Pennsylvania may not be as severe as in other regions, where more firms have raised first-year associate salaries to $180,000.
- Veteran White-Collar Defense Attorney Joins Dilworth
- Shape of Xarelto Litigation Coming Into Focus Nationally
- Third Circuit Sets Standard for Facebook Chat Evidence
- Legalist Uses Analytics to Target Market Opportunity in Litigation Financing
- AG's Decision to Not Take Up Sandusky Accuser's Suit Was Proper, Court Rules
- Kraft Heinz Claims It Lost at Least $1M in Ketchup Fraud Scheme
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 in Pennsylvania—and is retroactive, at least three trial judges in separate counties have ruled.
Looking for a Pennsylvania law firm that specializes in a niche practice area? Then consult The Legal Intelligencer's newly published Boutique Law Firm Guide for 2016.
The Legal's Construction Law supplement includes articles on jury selection and technology, amendments to the state's Mechanics' Lien Law, the use of mediation in construction accidents and tips to avoid delays.