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A Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday unsealed an order allowing Wyoming Valley Audi to sell its dealership after Audi of America had sued to block the $17 million sale, citing a right of first refusal as called for in its 1997 dealer contract, finding that Audi could not exercise the option once its assets were removed from the sale.
A recent appeals court decision reaffirming Pennsylvania’s new scheme for defining strict liability in product defect cases underscores what defense attorneys say is the significant chasm between the current state of the law and how model jury instructions continue to lay out the concept.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has disbarred an attorney who pled guilty to soliciting an underaged girl forced into prostitution, who reported that the two had sex in his office.
The chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association on Friday lambasted the growing number of Republican politicians calling for the impeachment of state Supreme Court justices who in January ordered the redrawing of congressional districts to correct for partisan gerrymandering.
The Pennsylvania Treasury has announced an official inquiry into Wells Fargo, Santander Bank and PNC Financial Services over alleged racial and ethnic disparities in home mortgage lending that have been identified in a recent report from the Center for Investigative Reporting.