A Penn State University pre-med student accused of forcible sexual contact with another student has successfully had school sanctions prohibiting him from registering for new classes lifted.
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A Pennsylvania judge has denied insurance giant State Farm's bid to end a bad-faith lawsuit that alleges the company refused to reimburse a man who had been charged for stacking insurance coverage even though he owned only one vehicle.
A child can intervene in his parents' marital settlement agreement to enforce a provision that directly benefits him, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled.
In The Legal's Construction Law supplement read about construction injury litigation, Pennsylvania's Construction Notices Director and the amendments to the Mechanics' Lien Law.
In The Legal’s Energy/Environmental Law supplement, read about EPA budget cuts, endangered species and project planning, and the scope of the ERA.