• Wecht Tops Supreme Court Primary

    Primary results for the state Supreme Court race are in, and Superior Court Judge David N. Wecht was the highest vote-getter, followed by fellow Democrats Superior Court Judge Christine L. Donohue and Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Kevin M. Dougherty.

  • Out of Dozens, 15 Judicial Candidates Win Dem Primary

    Voters on Tuesday selected 12 Democrats from a crowded field of candidates for the 2015 Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas to progress to November's general election.

  • St. Joe's Sued for Softball Team's 'Sexually Charged' Hazing

    A softball player at Saint Joseph's University has sued the school for Title IX violations stemming from allegations of a "sexually charged" hazing culture within the women's softball team.

  • Citigroup Keeps Its Arbitration Win

    A win for Citigroup Global Markets in arbitration will stand since a federal judge dismissed a challenge to it, finding that her court didn't have jurisdiction.

  • Collection of $1M Fine Against Lawyer Again Sought

    After having been put on hold for several months, efforts to resume collection against Nancy Raynor, an attorney sanctioned by a Philadelphia judge for nearly $1 million for eliciting banned testimony about smoking in a medical malpractice case, have picked up again.

  • Benefits and Pitfalls of Communicating With the Media

    In the wake of the Amtrak tragedy, lawyers from our community found ways to express themselves in traditional and social media. Some gave expert analysis to media outlets. Some offered heartfelt prayers on Twitter. And, yes, some attorneys solicited clients on their Facebook pages.

  • Fun, Free Apps to Keep You Organized and Stress-Free

    It's no wonder everyone seems tethered to an electronic device these days. We multitask more than ever. Keeping all the balls afloat between work, home, school, family, friends, professional associations and volunteer organizations is a true balancing act. Software applications can help keep us organized, proficient and stress-free, unless you're stressing over the best app to choose. With so many great, free apps out there, ease of use and convenience always top my list.

  • People in the News - May 21, 2015 - St. Hill Elected to PILCOP Board

    Jenai St. Hill, an associate in Reed Smith's commercial litigation group, was elected to serve on the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia's board of directors.

  • National News From The Legal Intelligencer

    To view national news articles published in the print edition of The Legal Intelligencer,

  • Hagens Berman Fights Court Interviews of Thalidomide Clients

    A federal judge has denied Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro's request to stay interviews of 31 of the firm's clients to determine whether they are knowingly dismissing their thalidomide-injury cases, but not before the law firm filed a petition seeking a writ of mandamus with the Third Circuit seeking the higher court's intervention.

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