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Yesterday | NBC Philadelphia
The U.S. Supreme Court will announce whether it will hear the case involving the Easton Area School District's desired ban on the "I boobies!" cancer awareness bracelets Monday.
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Yesterday | CNN
"Seven Senate Democrats voted against the nomination of Debo Adegbile to lead the civil rights division of the Department of Justice on Wednesday, defeating his appointment.
Saturday | JD Supra
When does a confidentiality provision in a settlement agreement mean what it says? What if you tell your children about your confidential settlement and they post about it on Facebook? Well, here is what just might happen: Patrick Snay's daughter cost him $80,000 when she posted about his lawsuit settlement on Facebook.
If you were planning on drowning your sorrows in booze the next time you attended a funeral in Pennsylvania, you may need to bring your own flask.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed the decision of the district court that defendant qualified as a "career of-fender" for purposes of the sentencing guidelines.
On March 6, the Third Circuit heard oral arguments in Constitution Party v Aichele, 13-1952.
Bencivengo's attorney, Jerome Ballarotto, and assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Sanders made their case in 15-minute pleas to federal judges Marjorie Rendell, Brooks Smith and Thomas Hardiman in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals this morning.
Food will no longer be served at central Pennsylvania funeral homes thanks to a federal appeals court ruling that reinstated a decades-old ban on that practice.
One of the tangents in the voluminous amount of paperwork filed in the New Jersey sports betting lawsuit in the past 18 months has been a question of how much impact legalizing the gambling would have on the considerable illegal bookie industry in the state.
Relying on precedent that federal agencies may avoid litigation by taking steps to cure National Environmental Policy Act violations on their own, a federal judge has ruled that a case in which oil and gas industry groups sued the U.S. Forest Service over its 2007 revised land resource management plan for the Allegheny National Forest is moot now ... (more)
Lancaster Newspapers reports that the ban is included in a list of operating laws for funeral directors reinstated recently by the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Supreme Court declined Monday to review a ruling that overturned a Pennsylvania town's effort to fight illegal immigration, leaving the legal situation muddled for communities.
The American Civil Liberties Union released the following regarding the Supreme Court's ruling with respect to Hazleton and immigration issues, noting that the court also declined to hear a case involving a similar ordinance in Farmers Branch, Texas.
Fresh off of winning $80,000 from the school that employed him, a former headmaster did something you'd expect pretty much anyone to do: He told his family.