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A Florida woman is suing FedEx, alleging she fell because of a box left negligently in the doorway of a Feasterville home.
A Monroe County woman has filed a lawsuit and is demanding a jury trial alleging that a Michigan-based insurance company has yet to pay out a claim.
Some union workers of Mortimer Electric Inc. are suing their employer claiming a failure to timely pay dues and fringe benefits contributions.
A Saltsburg man is suing medical supply business, alleging he was terminated from his job because of his disability.
The U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against a Washington County company for allegedly misclassifying some of its employees and then refusing to pay them for overtime hours worked.
A Philadelphia woman is suing a senior living facility, alleging she was discriminated against and eventually terminated because of her race and national origin.
A woman is suing her former Lackawanna County-based employer, Service Boss Inc., over allegations that she was fired twice because she happened to be pregnant twice during the course of her employment.
A former employee of Sunoco Inc. and Station Management Consultants Inc. is suing his ex-employer over allegations of violations of civil rights with a charge of racial discrimination.
A man is suing a Bucks County-based Fleetwash Inc. for unpaid wages, overtime compensation and, according to the lawsuit, a racially hostile environment that permitted supervisory employees to harass him without recourse.
Defense attorneys for a Swiss billionaire and prominent donor to the Clinton Foundation are accusing a former employee who filed a sexual abuse lawsuit against him of violating a settlement agreement