The LAWS program is an initiative that provides a way for high school students throughout the state to earn more about the Supreme Court, its history and its inner workings. Today, Jay Stoneking shares his recent experience with the program.
Displaying 1 - 10 of 1451 results.
From gas station attendants and conversations to TV screens and quick card swipes at the pump. Today, Erin Dodd shares the eye-opening transformation of gas stations.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued an important decision in the sphere of medical malpractice by deeming the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (MCARE) Act’s statute of repose unconstitutional. Learn more in today's entry.
Thank you to the brave men and women who serve and protect the United States of America. Today, we share a few facts about the veteran population in the United States.
In Pearson v. Philadelphia Eagles, et al., the Superior Court reversed a trial court’s decision to uphold a $700,000.00 jury verdict finding that Pearson failed to meet his burden to show that the defendants were negligent.
Life goes by so quickly. Today, Krystal Clark reminds us to not take the small things for granted!
Today, Kimberly Hatfield shares some tips for living the “Golden Rule” in every day life.
Today, Janel Marshall shares her dog’s frightening experience with toads and buckeyes.
With today’s technology, we are getting very close to the age of the Jetsons and Star Trek.
What is the statute of limitations for a TCPA Lawsuit? Jason Causey explains.