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A Coatesville woman is suing a Thorndale restaurant, alleging discrimination based on her disability while she was employed there and also failing to comply with a settlement agreement.
A Venetia man is suing a Texas-based drilling company, alleging his race and opposition to unlawful discrimination were the reasons he was terminated from his job.
A disagreement over the process of moving forward with a medical malpractice case has left the plaintiff in that action seeking new professional counsel.
A former employee of a Montgomery County tree company is suing her ex-employer over claims she was unlawfully fired
Office of Open Records erred in granting records request to Pittsburgh newspaper, Commonwealth Court says
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania has reversed a 2014 decision that granted access to a series of emails sought by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette under the Right-To-Know Law
A state appeals court has decided that a Gettysburg property owner did not have a big enough emergency and rescue opening for two of its apartments
On July 15, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania affirmed a 2014 decision from Lehigh County in a zoning dispute in South Whitehall Township.
Counsel for the City of Philadelphia in a negligence action have filed a motion for sanctions against the plaintiff in that same litigation for allegedly not following a court order.
A state appeals court has refused the appeal of a woman who blames her incarceration for a default judgment against her that would result in the selling of her house.
A local university professor is determined to discover who impersonated him when posting a controversial political comment on an online news article