The chair of the state Judicial Conduct Board has been relieved of some of her duties as a magisterial district judge in Lancaster County because of an ongoing criminal investigation that appears to center around her handling of three traffic citations.
- Amputee Gets $12M Settlement Before Retrial
- Can Affordable Care Act Ruling Help the Defense Bar?
- Firm Must Pay Fee to Avandia MDL Committee
- Supreme Court Takes Up Bad-Faith Penalties Question
- In Unsealed Documents, Cosby Admits Giving Drugs to a Woman
- Bracewell & Giuliani May Arbitrate $12.5M Legal Mal Suit
A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision affirmed for the second time the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, but it also may have given the defense bar a little more of a bargaining chip when it comes to personal-injury cases.
The state Supreme Court has agreed to address a question that could intensify the consequences for government agencies that fail to pay contractors.
The Labor & Employment supplement includes articles on telecommuting, employer concerns in the cybersecurity age, mental health in the workplace, independent contractors and more.
The Cybersecurity supplement includes articles on drone regulations, mobile device best practices, plaintiffs’ data breach standing, cybersecurity in M&A transactions and more.