The Steelers want the Pittsburgh-Allegheny County Sports & Exhibition Authority to pay the bulk of the cost to install 3,000 more seats.
Attorneys for the NCAA, state Sen. Jake Corman and Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord appeared before the panel today.
Andrew Lanier, 21, of Toronto, Ohio, worked at the Target store in North Fayette in 2011, according to the complaint filed today.
The original case pitted the Hallowich family against Range Resources, MarkWest Energy Partners and Williams Gas/Laurel Mountain Midstream.
In September, they were among six women over age 60 whose positions were eliminated, according to the complaint. Average age of the six: 53.
Carl A. Eck, founder and senior partner of Meyer, Darragh, Buckler, Bebenek & Eck law firm, died Saturday at the age of 81.
The federal judge served in the District of Columbia and was involved in a number of notable cases.
Lawyer Kevin Acklin joined Bill Peduto, the Democratic nominee for mayor, last week in an introductory session in Harrisburg.
The former justice suggested contributions to those campaigns lead the public to perceive judges as influenced by donors.
Hirings, promotions, awards and board appointments within Pittsburgh legal community.
Overweight adults believe weight-loss benefits offered by health plans could help them lose weight.
Federal judge in Philadelphia awards damages in copyright infringement case.
When it comes to our parents, we tend to assign value by how much we spend -- and we spend more on our moms.
The days of working for free could be numbered after a federal judge ruled that Fox violated minimum wage and overtime laws.
Kellogg Co. has agreed to a $4 million truth-in-advertising settlement, casting a light on advertisers' claims.
Judge Conti acknowledged that there is a presumption that court documents are public and a First Amendment right exists to gather news.
PSU says it is caught in middle of dispute between NCAA and state officials who want the money to remain in Pennsylvania.
The defense claims the former Pennsylvania senator suffered a variety of errors during her 2012 trial.
Will the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, close on President Barack Obama's watch? Two law experts from Pitt discuss the issue.
Despite the concern about a looming student-loan crisis, less than one-third of Americans say they know what 529 plans are.
Field workers at an Oregon wheat farm were clearing acres for the bare offseason when they came across a patch of wheat that didn't belong.
Meyer, Unkovic & Scott announced that two of its attorneys have been elected to leadership positions at the Allegheny County Bar Association
UPMC claims the mayor filed suit to divert attention from a federal investigation and to soften his landing as a "disgraced politician."
U.S. Middle District Judge Yvette Kane called Gov. Tom Corbett's argument "a Hail Mary pass." Mr. Corbett said he was "disappointed."
Attorney Robert Stewart said former Pittsburgh police detective Fred Crawford Jr. to discuss his time close to Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
The National Women's Law Center sued Pennsylvania's State System saying it excludes pregnancy coverage from employees' dependent children.
Alyson Cunningham was fired from the Downtown Pittsburgh law firm Voekler & Gricks. Jonathan A. Cunningham said he helped her hack in.
William Zipf was a self-employed jeweler who, beginning in 2007, got prescriptions written at Richard A. Rydze's Downtown Pittsburgh clinic.
The decision narrowly upholds a Maryland law and opens the door to more widespread law enforcement collection of DNA.
The city agreed to pay to settle the damages claims of two Richland-based companies owned by John R. Deller.
Law enforcement can potentially spy on the American people without their knowledge or an oversight from a judge, thanks to antiquated laws.
Like most bankruptcies that involve asbestos lawsuits, Pittsburgh Corning has had a long stay in Chapter 11.
The AG's office said the questions in the case involve purely legal issues on the proper interpretation of the Pennsylvania Constitution.
A woman says in her filing, the eighth complaint against the casino in four years, that male co-workers threatened to kill her.
Corporate programs to encourage employee volunteerism also yield benefits to the corporation.
With so many families still trying to recover from the Great Recession, the wealthy aren't feeling much love from the American public.
Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC said Kevin M. Eddy, associate, was named to the 2013 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars list.
A $1.5 million agreement with top UPMC officials and victim Michael Schaab's parents and fiancee was never carried out.
Sharon Baughman, of Uniontown, claimed threatening behavior from male subordinates and unrealistic demands from supervisors in her lawsuit.
Access to cannabis remains a lightning rod of legal, legislative and social debate.
Legal observers say the case could have an affect on other cases involving burials of Native Americans across the country.
Laura Ditka, 50, touted as a strong collaborator and protective advocate, is now senior deputy attorney general in Western Pennsylvania.
A new analysis of the Census Bureau's poverty estimates for seniors is frightening -- 9 percent of people 65 and older live in poverty.
A multimillion-dollar case stemming from the 2004 oil spill in the Delaware River is being sent back to the district court.
Leech Tishman said Chad M. Cowan has joined its Pittsburgh office as an associate in its corporate practice group.
Despite the price rut, there is plenty of legal work flowing from the drilling industry and a steady demand for oil and gas lawyers.
Free-press advocates are fed up with the Attorney General's Office in Mexico, responsible for prosecuting the murders of journalists.
Doing business in China? Guanxi is no longer the law of the land.
A suit filed by the parents of Maddox Derkosh, who fell into an African dogs exhibit, says other zoos have better safeguards in place.
Trial on the Homewood man's allegations had been slated for July 8, about one year after the start of the first trial.
Attorney William Costopoulos argued that the convictions should be thrown out.
Five sue Highmark and other Blues, alleging antitrust violations and seeking class action status.
Mercy Health System announced the three-year appointment of Frank J. Pistella to its board of directors.
For many drivers, the fear of rising auto insurance rates keeps them from driving too fast or leaving their license at home.
The retail giant fights a lawsuit by employees claiming they were not compensated for off-the-clock work.
In two separate cases, the Commonwealth Court ruled government-issued cellphone numbers and email addresses are not public record.
America's tech sector debates the pros and cons of the proposed immigration overhaul, and how it would affect American tech workers.
Allegheny County recently began a parcel by parcel review of all tax-exempt properties in the county -- how might that affect your 501(c)3?
Jesse Almendarez faces charges of threatening a federal officer and making an interstate threat.
Charles Porter Jr. was responding to a story the P-G reported Friday about work done by Allstate Development on the mayor's Fineview home.
Craig Alan Finley of Titusville, was convicted in U.S. District Court in Erie and sentenced just more than a year ago to 50 years in prison.
Taibu Grant won a new trial earlier this year after the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said his lawyer, Sumner Parker, made mistakes.
Make a plan for work or possessions stored on a computer and the Internet, which can be "a significant part of the financial footprint."
Gov. Tom Corbett appears to be in no rush to fill the state Supreme Court vacancy.
The Internal Revenue Service has expanded a program allowing employers to pay back past payroll tax payments they have missed.
People on the move...
A former attorney with Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman has sued the firm after she was let go, allegedly for taking FMLA time off.
Here's a no-brainer: Mothers and fathers have different styles of communication when it comes to talking about money.
Judge Lester Nauhaus sentenced the former Supreme Court justice to house arrest and ordered her to apologize to 500 Pennsylvania judges.
Sgt. Matthew Gauntner and Sgt. Dominick Sciulli as well as the Mayor Ravenstahl's personal secretary testified before the grand jury.
The Hofbrauhaus restaurant also agreed to protocol changes to try to stop customers from getting too intoxicated.
Acting police Chief Regina McDonald said one sought "all variances as issued to public or private entities (vendors)" for parking spots.
Houston Harbaugh said Anna Marks joined as director of marketing and communications.
Proms are expensive enough as it is, so avoid the temptation to go overboard.
Who owns the patent rights to certain genes and DNA fragments, strands of natural genetic code that are useful in medical research?
All employers have an obligation to complete form I-9 form, which verifies the identity and work eligibility of all newly hired employees.
Pennsylvania voters should revisit whether judges must retire in the year they turn 70, because the courts may not be able to fix the issue.
Client identities do not enjoy blanket attorney-client privilege protection under Pennsylvania's Right-to-Know Law.
Virginia's law "provides a service that is related to state citizenship," Justice Samuel Alito wrote for a unanimous court.
When Supap Kirtsaeng moved to the U.S. to study math at Cornell University, he soon realized that he could get textbooks cheaper back home.
Who falls for email scams and online fraud? Well, lots of people -- millions in fact.
Delaware officials are pulling the trigger on a new law that could punish those who don't report a stolen and missing gun.
David B. White, founding member of Burns White LLC, was one of two people named as this year's Distinguished Alumni by Duquesne Law School.
Is natural gas a mineral? Not in the eyes of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
State officials sided with the Post-Gazette, which requested a statewide roster of certified police officers in February.
Four Pittsburgh firefighters filed have sued several manufacturers alleging loud sirens on the firetrucks have caused hearing loss.
UPMC has withheld some documents because it viewed them as subject to attorney-client privilege.
The ex-employees say they lost their jobs because of their association with the religious group Petra International Ministries.
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP said Robert J. Cindrich joined the firm's business services department in the Pittsburgh office.
Susan Dunhoff, a matchmaker for the town's professional singles, matches attorney, too.
A federal judge in Pittsburgh has struck down a plaintiff's class-action hopes against Wendy's.
Justices consider the fate of Baby Veronica, whose adoptive parents were ordered to return her to her Native American father.
UPMC said Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's challenge to the regional healthcare giant's nonprofit status were part of a smear campaign.
Duane Amity, 45, of Monroeville, is accused of downloading thousands of images of girls between 2 and 10 years old.
Since 2001, the Pittsburgh has hired 440 officers, of which 17 -- less than 4 percent -- were African-American, according to the complaint.
U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer set April 25 as the date to hear the plea of the owners of Blush for a preliminary injunction.
Alysia Keating is the first-ever director of diversity and gender equality at the Allegheny County Bar Association.
Workplace wellness programs have the potential to reduce healthcare costs by 18 percent -- and even more for older workers.
Should communications between an attorney and his "expert" be open to the discovery process in Pennsylvania?
Margaret P. Joy, a partner in family law firm McCarthy McDonald Schulberg & Joy, was named "Woman of Distinction" by the Girl Scouts.