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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
On June 15, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled the Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act (CASPA) did not extend to government projects.
According to an Aug. 21 ruling from the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, a neighbor seeking to intervene in a township zoning hearing board decision has no right to do so under the law.
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled on Thursday that a property-related sheriff’s sale conducted by the City Of Philadelphia to collect nearly a decade’s worth of delinquent taxes was lawful.
The Office of Open Records (OOR) will have a second opportunity to explain its disclosure process in a case of Governor’s Office records.
An international graduate student is suing Duquesne University, alleging it discriminated and retalited against her after she said she was sexually assaulted by a fellow student.
A married couple from Staten Island is suing a Bensalem casino gaming complex, alleging injuries sustained at the hands of an intoxicated patron.