3rd Circuit Court

White-Collar Crime

Partner who overheard lawyer discuss client merger is indicted for alleged insider trading

Labor & Employment

3rd Circuit backs whistleblower in allowing retaliation suit against drug company to proceed

Criminal Justice

Courthouse shooter’s relatives convicted of cyberstalking, face possible life prison terms

Criminal Justice

Were relatives culpable in shooter’s deadly courthouse attack? Jury to decide in cyberstalking trial

Trials & Litigation

Federal cyberstalking trial blames courthouse shooter’s widow, son and daughter for slaying of woman

White-Collar Cime

Closing attorney gets 12 months for his role in mortgage-fraud scheme

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer sues owner of racehorse American Pharoah for $10M, says response to client’s suit defamed him

Copyright Law

Led Zeppelin denies most allegations in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ suit, but admits ‘exceptional talent’

Trials & Litigation

Law firm asks 3rd Circuit to block court-ordered interviews of over 30 clients

Trials & Litigation

Injured Amtrak worker is among the first to file suit over Philadelphia train wreck

Disability Law

Project attorney’s ADA suit says Pepper Hamilton didn’t accommodate his sleep disorder

Trials & Litigation

Criminal record expunged? That doesn’t mean it’s not available on private sector databases

Constitutional Law

Ex-aide takes plea, 2 more allies of NJ gov face charges in ‘Bridgegate’ traffic-jam case

Criminal Justice

Jury convicts rabbi, acquits son in kidnapping-conspiracy case related to religious divorces

Civil Procedure

3rd Circuit says feds missed forfeiture deadline, awards gold coins worth $80M to dealer’s heirs

Criminal Justice

US offers $3M bounty for alleged Russian hacker, a record reward for a cybersecurity case

Civil Rights

Ex-clerk sues judge, says his own mental health was questioned when he refused to be bullied

White-Collar Crime

Former state treasurer pleads guilty, admits trying to shake down law firm

Religious Law

3rd Circuit rules against religious employers who object to contraceptive-coverage opt-out procedure

Corporate Law

Still battling code-theft case, former Goldman Sachs programmer sues bank for legal fees