Bill Caroselli, our founding partner, has decided to take "of counsel" status at the firm. The change will allow Caroselli more flexibility to focus on his interests outside the firm, including his role as Chairman of the WQED Multimedia Board of Directors.
Last Thursday, a federal judge from Pennsylvania denied Energy Corporation of America's (ECA) motion to overturn his judgment-a judgment that awarded nearly $912,000 to Greene County, PA landowners. The judgment was awarded to the landowners-some of whom represented by Bill Caroselli of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman-in a gas royalties class action due to unpaid royalties. The judge contended that the plaintiffs provided enough evidence and sufficient testimony to win the case.
Big oil and gas companies do not back down to many of those whom they've worked over. Giant energy corporations have budgets for investments and when their numbers aren't reached or they think they can get away without paying out the full amount of royalties due to property owners, they will do it. This week, however, property owners from Western PA successfully held up an argument in court about not being paid full royalties and Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. attorney, Bill Caroselli, helped them do it.
On Sunday morning, Attorney Bill Caroselli will be featured on KDKA to discuss the dangers of cigarette smoking.
Pittsburgh, PA - Today, the law firm of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. announced that partner William R. Caroselli received the esteemed Joseph F. Weis Distinguished Service Award.
On September 3, 2012, Attorney William Caroselli and Attorney Lynne Johnson of Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman in Kansas City filed a lawsuit in Pittsburgh against UPMC Presbyterian, Maxim Staffing Solutions, Inc., and Medical Solutions, LLC, for medical negligence.
Attorney Bill Caroselli and his client Linda Ficken were interviewed today by Andy Sheehan of KDKA about the lawsuit they filed today against UPMC.
Gov. Tom Corbett and other state officials have been named as defendants in a lawsuit for allowing the expiration of adultBasic, a former PA state health insurance program for the working poor. The suit was filed Monday in Commonwealth Court by three plaintiffs from southwestern PA, who are being represented by Caroselli, Beachler, & Coleman.
Pennsylvania's adultBasic insurance program may be gone, but it's not forgotten in the state's appellate courts system.