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  • Eckert Siemans added nine attorneys to its Delaware office, which doubles the size of that office.  [Business Times]
  • Remember when the ACLU and NAACP sued to enjoin the state’s new voter ID law? Now Buchanan Ingersoll is representing a group of voters moving to intervene in favor of the law.  [Inquirer]
  • A Cleveland Browns prospect gets into Duquesne, decides to forego the NFL in favor of law school.  Is this the biggest mistake of his life?  [Above the Law]
  • Disgraced Senator Bill DeWeese reported to prison today, but he’s still on November’s ballot.  [WTAE]  Meanwhile, Jane Orie’s sentencing has been delayed for two weeks.  [Post-Gazette]
  • UPMC asked for a stay in its antitrust case against Highmark in light of the peace breaking out between them.  [Trib]
  • Check out tomorrow’s Pittsburgh Superior Court docket.  [Pacourts]
  • Choice Counsel has work for NON-barred JDs. [Craigslist]
  • Burns White is hiring a litigation associate.  [Monster]