Court News

Tylenol.

Judge Won't Ax Key Causation Report on Tylenol

Max Mitchell | July 15, 2016

The judge overseeing the Tylenol multidistrict litigation has rejected the over-the-counter drug manufacturer's bid to ax portions of a key report impacting a central controversy in the case.

U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Pennsylvania, at a hearing Jan. 26, 2016.
U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah Convicted on All Charges

Verdicts and Settlements

  • Jury Awards $155K in UIM Case

    On Jan. 3, 2014, plaintiff Daniel Ancherani, 42, a pipe fitter/laborer, was rear-ended on Washington Avenue at Spruce Street, in Scranton. He had been stopped in order to turn into a mall's garage when his Mitsubishi Gallant was struck by a Honda Accord. He claimed neck and back injuries. He settled with the other driver for $100,000 but sought coverage from Government Employees Insurance Co. under his underinsured-motorist policy.

  • Phila. Jury Finds in Favor of Four Bus Crash Victims

    By Ben Seal

    Four people injured in a bus accident that had dozens of victims were awarded $5.05 million by a Philadelphia jury, including $2 million in punitive damages, following a nearly seven-week trial.

read more

Judicial Profiles


Research local, state and federal judges. Find information on judges you are arguing before, organized in a manner unavailable anywhere else. The Legal Intelligencer provides easy-to-navigate judicial information, including bios culled from our Insider's Guide to the Pennsylvania Judiciary and Courts, as well as internal operating procedures for individual judges.

View More

Most Wanted Opinions

read more

Notices to the Bar


The following notices to the bar consist of rule changes, amendments, new procedures and other important announcements from local, state and federal courts in Pennsylvania