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PHILADELPHIA — A former employee is suing a West Chester education business, alleging discrimination because she says her termination was due to race.
PHILADELPHIA – A major insurance provider may have acted in bad faith when it denied coverage to a couple who were injured when their vehicle was struck by a drunk driver over five years ago, a federal judge ruled last Thursday.
PHILADELPHIA — A former employee is suing two health care groups, alleging she was sexually harassed in the workplace.
PHILADELPHIA — An employee is suing his former company, alleging negligence for injuries he says he suffered on the job.
PHILADELPHIA — A former employee is suing Holiday Inn, alleging he was terminated from his job following a request to take a medical leave.
Small businesses in Pennsylvania and their customers would be among the most affected by a boost in the state's minimum wage, a Scranton attorney who represents business clients and employers says.
PHILADELPHIA — A Quakertown worker is suing a tree business, alleging violation of the ADA .
PHILADELPHIA — A New Jersey passenger is suing Amtrak, alleging negligence in a fatal train crash.
PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia woman is suing her employer, alleging she was terminated due to her disability.
PHILADELPHIA – A North Carolina man is seeking damages following his termination, claiming that it was caused by the defendant's discrimination due to his age.