- Third Circuit dismisses fraudulent investment claims from former Major Leaguer Jaret Wright
- Third Circuit Court rules former Dollar Tree assistant manager's work environment not hostile
- AG Kane's racketeering case alleging 'rent-a-bank' scheme moves forward
- Philadelphia School District not liable for discrimination against fired janitor, federal court finds
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PHILADELPHIA – A federal court has ruled a pair of former restaurant owners cannot be held liable for the illegal exhibition of a televised boxing match at their former establishment nearly four years ago.
PHILADELPHIA – A former sales representative for a science company who alleges her employer breached the terms of a settlement with her will have two of her three claims proceed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal court has denied motions for summary judgment on both sides of a lawsuit alleging conversion of bankruptcy trade claims.
PHILADELPHIA — A Delaware County couple is suing US Airways, alleging a pilot's medication caused a plane crash.
PHILADELPHIA — A Florida woman is suing two Philadelphia hospitals and the city, alleging negligence after she she slipped and fell.
HARRISBURG — A St. Clair couple is suing a Marietta insurance company, alleging their insurance provider failed to provide benefits or compensation following a car crash.
HARRISBURG – A former hospital employee is suing a Pennsylvania state department, alleging inadequate legal representation in the closing of a state hospital.
PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled in line with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in upholding the dismissal of a libel lawsuit brought by a Philadelphia firefighter against the New York Daily News nearly one year ago.
HARRISBURG – A Shenango Township condominium group’s attempt to overturn a Mercer County Court of Common Pleas order connected to a Sheriff’s sale of property in its complex has been denied, per the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA — A former employee is suing a West Chester education business, alleging discrimination because she says her termination was due to race.