Government Law

In wake of class action filing, Philadelphia DA drops effort to forfeit some homes

Labor & Employment

Top state court OKs $151M jury verdict against Wal-Mart over off-the-clock work by employees

Civil Rights

Dozens of lawyers join protests over police slayings

Criminal Justice

DA blasts AG for saying corruption case against lawmakers shouldn’t be prosecuted

Election Law

Cozen can write off $448K election-case bill without having it count as a campaign contribution

Animal Law

Lawmakers say piercings and tattoos are for people, not pets

Criminal Justice

Police seek man suspected of slaying ex-wife, 5 others after contentious child-custody battle

Criminal Justice

Judge is investigated amid controversy over courtroom audio-recording system

Criminal Justice

Longtime law firm employee who stole at least $150K gets 2 years for tax evasion

Criminal Justice

Nonprofit funds drug prosecutor and cops, who turn addicts into informants

Criminal Justice

Philadelphia attorney is charged with sexually assaulting a trafficked 14-year-old at his law office

Criminal Justice

Prominent lawyer accused of assaulting employee after a night of drinking takes misdemeanor plea

Criminal Justice

Pennsylvania AG hires high-profile attorneys before grand jury testimony, says she followed the law

Legal Ethics

Lawyer gets stayed suspension for secretly paying sanctions from law firm account, billing client

Constitutional Law

Lawyer sues Eric Holder and ATF over his own homemade machine gun, says feds banned it unlawfully

Business of Law

Morgan Lewis OKs ‘mass lateral move’ of 227 Bingham partners, but not a merger

Criminal Justice

Ex-traffic judge takes felony conflict-of-interest plea, hopes for house arrest

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS overturns ‘perplexing’ appellate decision, rules for cop asserting warrant exception

White-Collar Crime

Judge calls former state supreme court judge’s apology letters ‘unsatisfactory,’ orders a do-over

Trials & Litigation

Was top Pennsylvania court’s email with AG’s office ex parte? If so, it’s a big deal, experts say