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Philly’s Keir Bradford-Grey is Running to Be Pa.’s Next Attorney General

Keir Bradford-Grey, the former Chief Defender of Philadelphia (and previously of Montgomery County), a role that provides criminal defense representation for defendants who can’t afford […]

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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. […]