Jury Verdict Over Birth Injury," The Legal Intelligencer, July 20, 2020, "Measure to Split Pa. Court Seats Seen as Political Play," Law360, July 17, 2020, "Pa. Panel Wipes Out $40M Award for Baby's Spinal Injury," Law360, July 16, 2020, "Top Pennsylvania Cases of 2020: A Midyear Report," Law360, July 2, 2020, "3rd Circ. ; In a decision reconciling two conflicting lines of cases, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a district court ruling that John's client, an insurer, had a duty to defend a lawsuit claiming that the intoxicated insured assaulted and attempted to kill the plaintiff before taking his own life. ; The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed the judgment of the federal district court and upheld the dismissal of the plaintiff's claims against John's clients, attorneys and their law firm, on the basis that the plaintiff had failed to prove the necessary element of causation. Justices," Law360, June 2, 2020, "Panel Axes $10M Award in Surgery Patient's Drug Death Suit," Law360, April 9, 2020, "Pa. Appeals Court Slashes Award; Finds Jury Went Too Far With $10 Million Verdict," The Legal Intelligencer, April 9, 2020, "Pennsylvania Cases to Watch in 2020", Law 360, January 3, 2020, "Drifting Away From Precedent? Morrow v. Balaski, 719 F.3d 160 (3d Cir. Court System Struggles to Recover From Computer Virus,” The Legal Intelligencer, May 31, 2019, "At Last, Unpublished Superior Court Opinions Can Be Cited. These projections, primarily in life care plans, are generally the single largest financial component of damage claims. Appellate Advocacy and Post-Trial Practice. John J. Hare Appellate Attorney & Post Trial Litigation Attorney Shareholder and Chair, Appellate Advocacy & Post-Trial Practice Group at Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin 2007). Jon Sale, a Florida-based white-collar attorney at Nelson Mullins, will represent Giuliani, he confirmed to CNBC. Court Says Amusement Park Death Suit Belongs in NJ,”, “Are Appeals Courts Showing More Mercy for Procedural Errors,”. Read less. ; The Third Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting en banc and deciding an issue of first impression, held that a school district and its assistant principal were properly granted summary judgment because students' allegations of bullying against other students did not establish a special relationship or state-created danger that must exist before a constitutional duty to protect arose under Fourteenth Amendment . A jury convicted Maxwell Hare and John Kinsman on Monday in connection with the October 2018 brawl between members of the all-male Proud ... A message seeking comment was left with Hare’s attorney. ; The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed the judgment of the federal district court and upheld the dismissal of the plaintiff's product liability claims against John's client, a manufacturer of scaffolding equipment, after a jury found that the manufacturer was not responsible for the construction accident that injured the plaintiff. 21 EAP 2015 (Pa. 2015) . 2003). ; The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed the judgment of the federal district court and dismissed the plaintiff's civil rights claims on the basis that John's clients, county officials, were entitled to absolute immunity from liability for actions taken in their official capacities. ; The Pennsylvania Superior Court reversed the ruling of the trial court and awarded a judgment notwithstanding the verdict, erasing a substantial judgment against John's client, a hospital, on the basis that, although the plaintiff had adduced some evidence to support her claims, the evidence was not sufficient to establish a prima facie case of negligence. Rost v. Ford Motor Co., 151 A.3d 1032 (Pa. Appx. Lawyer John J. Hare, graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, B.A., magna cum laude, 1990; University of California, M.A., Legal History, 1998; Princeton University, Completed Ph.D. Coursework, Legal History, 1999 Duquesne University School of Law, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, J.D., 1993 Duquesne Law Review, Senior Editor, is now employed by Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, P.C. Now What?," The Legal Intelligencer, March 29, 2019, "This Pennsylvania Committee Is Proposing Changes That Benefit Five Of Its Members' Law Firms," Forbes and Pennsylvania Record, February 19, 2019, "Tough Sell On Cancer Link Awaits At 1st Philly Talc Trial," Law360, February 5, 2019, "CBS Tells Justices No Liability For Asbestos Added By Others, Law360, September 20, 2018, "The Biggest Pa. Appellate Rulings Of 2018: Midyear Report," Law360, July 12, 2018, "Judge Says Pa.'s Corporate Registration Law Doesn't Create Jurisdiction," The Legal Intelligencer, June 11, 2018, "Superior Court Throws Out $32M Wrongful Death Award," The Legal Intelligencer, May 3, 2018, "Pa.