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A motion to dismiss claims against the City Of Philadelphia and two of its police officers was partially granted in federal court on June 4.
An asbestos lawsuit will not be returning to the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, according to a recent order from a federal judge.
A federal judge has decreed a lawsuit against a home and auto insurance company will not be transferred elsewhere in the state, and remain in his district.
A personal injury and product liability action against a major automobile manufacturer and rental service will be headed back to a state court due to untimely removal by the defendants, per an order from a federal judge.
A Harrisburg man is suing an electric utility company, alleging he has been receiving unwanted phone calls.
A Beaver County woman is suing a transportation company, alleging she was terminated from her job as engineer because of her gender.
Months after one of the defendants was sentenced to 10-20 years in prison, a young female has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against her former employer.
On Wednesday, a federal judge ruled claims of a Monell violation and conspiracy to obstruct an investigation into civil rights violations against Delaware County and several of its law enforcement officials would be dismissed.
A federal court decided on June 18 that a contractual lawsuit against American Airlines will not be returning to its point of origin in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas.
A motion from one of the world’s top textbook publishers to transfer a copyright infringement case against it to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has been granted.