- Case over Macungie house fire proceeds to settlement conference March 16, 2018PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia federal magistrate judge has scheduled March 20 as the day to possibly settle a subrogation case over damages related to a house fire, a month after the defendants lost their effort to dismiss the case. Read more..
- Case of supposed negligently-applied quick weave hair treatment that injured plaintiff headed to court March 16, 2018PHILADELPHIA – According to a case management order approved by the presiding judge, a lawsuit filed by a woman against her hairstylist and his employer for allegedly injuring her during the application of a hairstyle known as a “quick-weave” is headed to trial in state court later this year. Read more..
- Default judgment sought in case involving ticket broker who supposedly owes $31K in fees March 16, 2018PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia-based broker’s failure to file an answer to a complaint filed by Connecticut-based ticket software agency connected to more than $30,000 for ticket orders it supposedly never paid for, has the plaintiff seeking a default judgment. Read more..
The renowned journal the Legal Intelligencer revisited an embarrassing industry topic on October 17, 2016 in an article entitled “Why Do Pennsylvania’s Courts Suffer From Chronic Scandal?” The author courageously noted that “Pennsylvania has the dubious distinction of being home to one of the most notorious judicial crimes in U.S.
Before there was social media and the internet - there was the type printed Congressional record. There is a treasure trove of evidence that shows the degradation of our immigration laws by previous administration - it did not start with Obama, but it consistent with the Democratic Party.
Taking you back to the Congressional Record of the Proceedings and Debates of the 104th CONGRESS, 2nd Session - House of Representatives Vol. 142 WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1996 - in a testimonial section entitled:
"SHAMELESS HUSTLING FOR VOTES IS MAKING A MOCKERY OF IMMIGRATION "
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Updated May 31, 2017
When former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane received a campaign contribution from billionaire, twice convicted mobster Louis DeNaples, she returned it. But that did not stop the media in Pennsylvania from heavily reporting on it. The media further made a huge deal that District Attorney Stephen Zappala also got donations from DeNaples, resulting in his withdrawing from his candidacy for Pennsylvania Attorney General last year.
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Speaking on guarantee of anonymity, an attorney who does pro bono legal work says that the court system in Pennsylvania, is the precise cause of many foreclosures.Many people that did not have financial difficulties before entering the litigation, had their assets intentionally dissipated and homes forced into default by delays and abusive judges that ignore the law. They further revealed that the state courts have been deliberately issuing constitutionally unsupported opinions, to seize personal assets. According to this attorney, while the laws clearly provide the courts with tools to protect family assets during divorce litigations, judges have engineered "procedural rules" and … Continue Reading ››
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