A special committee of the Pennsylvania Senate reported Nov. 25 that it found sufficient basis for the Senate to move forward with due notice and a full hearing regarding the direct removal of Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
- Pair of Pa. City Officials Plead Guilty in FBI Probes
- FCC Doesn't Have Exclusive Oversight in Phone Traffic Cases
- Diversified Energy Practices Survive Dip in Prices
- Firm Managing Partners Invited to Business Networking Breakfast
- Mass Tort Status Sought for Levaquin, Avelox, Cipro Cases
- Court-Appointed Counsel in Phila. Not Getting Paid
Murder is committed at the time of a violent assault, not at the time of the victim's death, the state Supreme Court has ruled.
A noncompete agreement with an employer may be challenged for a lack of consideration under the Uniform Written Obligations Act, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled, even if the agreement indicates that the parties "intend to be legally bound."
Welcome to the 22nd edition of PaLaw: Annual Report on the Legal Profession. Each year we use this magazine to provide a detailed view of the state of the law in Pennsylvania, from one corner of the state (and the profession) to the other. Our aim is to cover all aspects of the law in Pennsylvania, including both the public and private sectors.
Articles on Federal Pre-emption of State Products Liability Law, When Will a Liability Waiver Prevent Recovery?, Corporate Settlement Mills and Victim Compensation, and Products Liability Cases Arising From Holiday Fires.