Peirce RICHMOND (Legal Newsline) - CSX Transportation's appeal in a case alleging a Pittsburgh law firm conspired with a radiologist to fabricate an asbestos exposure claim is drawing attention from tort reform groups and asbestos expert witnesses.
Hillary Clinton WASHINGTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ Politicians who tried to discourage distribution of the movie, "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," could have simply banned it under campaign finance laws the U.S. Supreme Court rejected on Jan. 21, according to Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Lawyers market themselves and their practices in all sorts of ways: from the more traditional, subtle approach like giving speeches to industry groups or writing articles to somewhat more "in your face" methods like television commercials in which they promise to get injured clients "maximum cash" and ride around in tanks.
Working in a dark and confined area of a ferry, a Superior Energies employee was installing insulation when his hand came in contact with a live wire, sending an electrical current through his hand and out his neck.
Barack Obama (D) WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) Ã¯Â¿Â½ U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday outlined an ambitious agenda, vowing to reign in government spending, impose restrictions on Wall Street and continue seeking an overhaul of the nation's health care system despite political obstacles.
McDonnell RICHMOND (Legal Newsline) - In response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Wednesday night, former Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell told the country that eliminating meritless lawsuits should be a key part of health care reform.
Imagine the pressure 23-year-old Garrett Hartley must have felt when he strolled onto the field to attempt a 40-yard field goal that would send the New Orleans Saints to the Super Bowl for the first time in its 43-year history.
First State Bank Center for the Performing Arts, North Texas Central College, Gainesville SHERMAN -- A Texas junior college is suing an architect, mechanical engineers, structural engineers and roofing contractors for the poor design of its $ 5 million performing arts center, which was completed in March 2005.