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Court says PHRC can review racial discrimination case brought by former student against Chestnut Hill College

Melissa Busch Apr. 27, 2017, 12:54pm

HARRISBURG — The Commonwealth Court recently ruled that the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission has the right to review a racial discrimination case filed against a Catholic college.

State court upholds PennDot's decision to deny advertising sign off State Route 322

Melissa Busch Apr. 21, 2017, 12:12pm

A state court recently affirmed the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's decision to deny a permit for an ad sign that was visible from State Route 322, citing a law that restricts billboards within 500 feet of an interchange.

Convicted murderer loses malicious prosecution claim over dropped bad-checks charge

Melissa Busch Apr. 14, 2017, 11:34am

PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania appeals court has affirmed summary judgment against a Philadelphia convicted murderer who was accused of writing bad checks in Bucks County.

Counterclaim forces Superior Court to quash former home improvement employee's appeal

Melissa Busch Apr. 14, 2017, 11:26am

HARRISBURG – A Pennsylvania appeals court recently quashed an appeal of a summary judgment decision in York County that found a home improvement business did not owe a former employee more than $5,000 for his services.