• After months of tolerating Occupy Pittsburgh, BNY Mellon has had it.  This morning, they filed a trespassing complaint in the Court of Common Pleas. Not to be outdone, the occupiers served the bank with their own eviction notice.  [Post-Gazette]
  • Cohen & Grigsby partners with CMU to present an exhibition of Pittsburgh artist Burton Morris in the law firm’s downtown lobby.  [Post-Gazette]
  • Third Circuit Court of Appeals rules that a Western District court should not have abandoned its long-standing test for whether to award interim relief in unfair labor practices cases.  [Legal Intelligencer]
  • Senator Jane Orie’s former chief of staff’s life was “upended” after becoming the chief witness against her former boss.  “I got the impression she was like another sister,” a Republican committeewoman told the Trib.  [Trib]
  • Trib’s Eric Heyle: Penn State scandal shows how much we need better public access to university documenhts.  [Trib
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