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PHILADELPHIA – Plaintiff counsel in a premises liability lawsuit over an allegedly injurious fall sustained at the King of Prussia Mall is seeking to exit the suit.
PHILADELPHIA – Counsel for a Conshohocken-based insurance company seeks summary judgment against a former policy holder accusing it of breach of contract, while the policy holder’s counsel seeks to exit the litigation.
PHILADELPHIA – On Wednesday, a Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas judge resolved both a motion to quash and a motion for a protective order that had been filed by defense counsel in a gas station slip-and-fall case.
Premises liability defendants seek to dismiss complaint for improper service, lack of claim specificity
PHILADELPHIA – Defendants in a city slip-and-fall action have filed objections to the plaintiff’s complaint, both for improper service and related to the counts’ alleged lack of specificity in the complaint.
PHILADELPHIA – On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed a trial court ruling which retained a six-figure judgment against a Wisconsin-based real estate investment group.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal appeals court has upheld a trial court ruling declaring summary judgment for Ford Motor Company and in dismissing a loss of consortium claim filed against it.
PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania has ruled an attempt by a Pittsburgh couple to charge a Philadelphia law firm with breach of contract is time-barred, through a doctrine essentially preventing federal court appeals of state court decisions.
PHILADELPHIA — A Wernersville couple is suing an RV accessories supplier, alleging the wife was injured due to a faulty part.
PHILADELPHIA — A former employee is suing a West Chester flooring company, alleging his employer failed to provide the correct overtime pay.
Nursing homes free to hire applicants with criminal histories; Pennsylvania won't appeal decision striking down law
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania will not appeal an appellate court's ruling that struck down a law prohibiting nursing homes and long-term care facilities from hiring employees with criminal histories.