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Attorney Bill Caroselli successfully advocates for Greene County property owner against Big Oil and Gas

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.

Attorney Bill Caroselli will be featured on KDKA to discuss the 50th Anniversary of the Surgeon General's warning on smoking

On Sunday morning, Attorney Bill Caroselli will be featured on KDKA to discuss the dangers of cigarette smoking. 

Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. and Cefalo & Associates Announce Partial Settlement in Luzerne County Juvenile Litigation

Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. and Cefalo and Associates have announced that a partial settlement with a second set of defendants has been reached in the Luzerne County juvenile-court civil litigation. The settlement, which must receive court approval, is between defendants PA Child Care, LLC, Western PA Child Care, LLC, and Mid-Atlantic Youth Services Corp., and counsel representing the plaintiff juveniles and parents of juveniles who appeared before former juvenile court judge Mark A. Ciavarella Jr. The civil lawsuit is continuing against, among others, the former judges.

Philadelphia Judge rules Pittsburgh-based Highmark does not clear excessive profits

A judge today dismissed a lawsuit that claimed Highmark accumulates "excess profits" that are in violation of state law, and that Highmark's administrators and executives make an "unreasonably high" salary. Highmark, Pennsylvania's biggest health care provider, was sued by former Highmark advisory committee members, Herman Wooden and Thomas Logan. Both men argued that Highmark's $1.2 billion in profits from 2005 to 2009 was unwarranted and inexplicable. In addition, Philadelphia's Court of Common Pleas Judge Patricia McInerney also disallowed arguments that Highmark should not be able to reinvest in its for-profit affiliates or that the company gave excessive bonuses to its administrators. The judge essentially stated that although the plaintiffs' arguments make sense, it is not for a courtroom to decide whether or not major profits for a nonprofit health insurer are warranted.

Pittsburgh Attorney Daniel Bricmont Receives Workers Compensation Certification

Pittsburgh Attorney Daniel Bricmont has had a long and distinguished law career. In 2011, he was named as one of the Top 50 Lawyers in Pittsburgh, by Super Lawyers magazine. He has also been named as one of Woodward & White's list of Best Lawyers in America, Workers' Compensation practice since 2007, and to the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list since 2010. And now, he can add one more credential to his list of professional accomplishments.

Kids for Cash checks are "in the mail"

According to the TimesLeader.com, three years after filing suit, more than 1,600 juveniles and their parents who alleged the youths were wrongly incarcerated by former judge Mark Ciavarella have received their portion of a $17.75 million settlement reached with one of the defendants in the "kids for cash" lawsuits.

PARTNER WILLIAM R. CAROSELLI OF Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. RECEIVE AWARDS FOR EXEMPLARY SERVICE AND PROFESSIONALISM

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.

Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. Applaud Approval Of Partial Settlement In Luzerne County Juvenile Court Case

Philadelphia, PA - Today the law firm of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. (CBMC) applauded District Judge A. Richard Caputo's ruling approving the partial settlement in the "kids for cash" case. Under the agreement, Mericle Construction and its president, Robert K. Mericle will pay nearly $18 million into a settlement fund.

Attorney Bill Caroselli and Attorney Lynne Johnson of Kansas City file suit against UPMC over Hepatitis C

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.

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