Justices Hire Firm That Represented Kane to Review Eakin Emails

The state Supreme Court has retained Pittsburgh firm Del Sole Cavanaugh Stroyd—the same firm that represented Attorney General Kathleen Kane when she challenged the grand jury investigating her—to review the contents of numerous allegedly offensive emails linked to Justice J. Michael Eakin.

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Pa. Law Weekly

  • Fee Sanctions Must Be Filed Soon After Final Order

    By Lizzy McLellan

    A petition for sanctions seeking counsel fees must be filed within 30 days of a trial court's final order in the case, even if the case is on appeal, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.

  • Constables Demand Millions in Unpaid Server Fees

    By Max Mitchell

    Judges and constables often rely on each other to facilitate court business, but their relationship might be starting to fray—with more than $5 million in unpaid server fees hanging in the balance.

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    Welcome to the 14th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement. Each year we shine a light on the outstanding young attorneys in Pennsylvania and the work they are doing to help shape the present and future of the legal profession in the state.

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    The First-Year Associates supplement includes a review of The Legal’s annual First-Year Associates Survey, plus articles on how to make an immediate impact, how to handle challenging opposing counsel, why you should chase down opportunities and more.

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Phila.-Charleston Connections Stressed in Moving Speech on Diversity

The Legal Intelligencer
The connections between Philadelphia and Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., the site of a racially motivated shooting, were stressed by Joseph K. West, the CEO of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association, during The Legal Intelligencer's Diversity Awards Dinner.
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