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Disabled employee charges Xerox Corp. with discrimination and negligence, alleging life was threatened
A Pennsylvania worker is suing a major U.S. business in Allegheny County on charges of civil rights violation in her 2014 employment status, involving allegations of extreme hostility from a co-worker which she claims went unanswered.
A former Wayne company is being sued by the U.S. Department of Labor for allegedly not paying proper benefits before closing its doors.
A music company is suing for the alleged unauthorized distribution of their material on a popular computer software.
A Philadelphia woman is suing Temple University for alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act.
A Pennsylvania woman is suing her Wisconsin-based former employer for alleged discrimination violations after she was terminated from her job.
Plaintiff's attorney wants removed from case, saying relationship with client is 'irretrievably damaged'
Attorney Richard Kupersmith said in a September motion that client Lisa Anderson no longer wants him to represent her.
Defense counsel argues that he didn't receive a copy of the plaintiff's complaint until July, almost two weeks after the default judgment was levied.
The attorney for a man injured in a fall on a city sidewalk has petitioned the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas to withdraw his representation.
A New York woman is suing both a Pennsylvania-based supermarket chain and a ceiling contractor over injuries she allegedly sustained while shopping at one of the chain's stores.
A Delaware man has cited Amtrak with unsafe working conditions after he sustained a work-related injury in 2012.