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LGBTQ&A: Henry Sias

Henry Sias is a transgender attorney and community advocate running for Court of Common Pleas judge. We speak with the trailblazing public figure on on […]

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LGBTQ&A: Rue Landau

Rue Landau has been the executive director of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations (PCHR) and the Fair Housing Commission (FHC) for the past eight […]

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What the Supreme Court Abortion Ruling Means for Pennsylvania

A ruling by the Supreme Court today overturning parts of an abortion regulation law in Texas has ties to Pennsylvania. The Supreme Court specifically cited […]


Startup Checklist: 10 Legal Issues Founders Need to Know

Startup founders make countless decisions about their businesses. Here’s a list of 10 legal issues that can make-or-break their businesses:


Philly Lawyer Fires Back at New York Times

In the fine print of contracts that nobody reads lies language big corporations use to ban customers from joining together in class-action lawsuits — thus removing a big […]


Boxing Promoter Sues Harrah’s, Valley Forge Casinos

Boxing promoter Joey Intreiri, better known as “Joey Eye,” has filed a civil lawsuit against Valley Forge Casino Resort, Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and former business partner David […]


$20 Billion Racial Discrimination Suit Against Comcast, Al Sharpton Tossed

A California district court judge has thrown out a $20 billion racial discrimination lawsuit against Comcast, Al Sharpton and others. The suit was brought by the […]


Delaware Losing Favor as Corporate Haven, Report

  Delaware, long known as a corporation-friendly state, could be falling out of favor with companies who believe it makes them vulnerable to shareholder lawsuits. […]

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Could Brandon Tate-Brown Family File Criminal Charges if D.A. Won’t?

So D.A. Seth Williams won’t bring criminal charges against the officers who shot Brandon Tate-Brown. That doesn’t means the chances for a criminal prosecution in […]

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Six Burning Questions About Grand Jury Leaks

The scepter still hangs over Kathleen Kane’s head. It’s been a couple of weeks now since the Inquirer reported that a grand jury recommended the […]


INSIDE TAKE: End the Judicial Fundraising Charade

(Editor’s note: This is an opinion column from a Citified insider.) It’s a part of the campaign process which gives many a sense of the oogies; […]

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Ajay Raju Profile: The Big Raju

Might as well start with the hair. “My life,” he says, “is driven by my obsession with my stupid hair.” “My wife,” he says, “hates […]

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Penn Law Ranks 7th on U.S. News List

Philadelphia Business Journal reports on the new law school rankings from U.S. News and World Report: Penn is the area’s top law school, according to […]

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Slate Calls Out Norristown for Really Dumb Law

Norristown’s got a law that a landlord can evict a tenant if they make three or more 911 calls within the span of four months. […]


Feds Investigating Chickie’s and Pete’s

Chickie’s and Pete’s is scrambling as the US Labor Department looks into payment violations and more than 60 former and current employees are suing the now […]