PHILADELPHIA – A federal court judge has issued a temporary administrative closing in a case in which a Canonsburg attorney sued former President Barack Obama and national intelligence officials for allegedly compromising the security of his online accounts.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal appeals court affirmed a district court ruling last month, dismissing a plaintiff’s lawsuit against various defendants for alleged constitutional rights violations, state and criminal statutes.
A plaintiff who sued the prominent e-commerce company and former President Barack Obama for anti-trust and breach of contract claims has had the dismissal of his case affirmed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
PHILADELPHIA – Litigation pitting a church fair patron and her husband versus an amusement ride provider and many of its employees centered on injuries sustained when a ride wasn’t brought to a proper stop has been settled.
PHILADELPHIA – The latest development in a lawsuit surrounding the pursuit of a multimillion-dollar Liberian judgment has resulted in a federal judge issuing bench warrants for the arrests of a British Virgin Islands-based attorney and a prominent Irish real estate developer funding it.
HARRISBURG – A doctor enrolled as an internal medicine resident at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville is seeking a federal judge to waive a two-year foreign residency requirement of his exchange visitor program, and prevent his forced return to his native Egypt.
LANCASTER – The estate administrators of a deceased Pennsylvania man believe the elder care facility he was staying in prior to his death treated him with a lack of care during his stay, leading him to fall several times and sustain a neck fracture.
PHILADELPHIA – Counsel for defendants in a strict liability case are seeking to dismiss a claim for punitive damages, brought forward by a man who suffered third-degree burns in an explosion from a trash truck’s natural gas system.
PHILADELPHIA – Counsel for a Philadelphia law firm has rejected claims for alleged outstanding legal fees, saying the opposing plaintiff firm bringing forth the claims has no legal basis with which to do so.
PHILADELPHIA – Counsel for SugarHouse Casino have categorically denied it was negligent in causing a patron to be cut and wounded by the “sharp, broken and jagged” top to a beer bottle she was served on the premises.
MEDIA – A Delaware woman has sued a Darby restaurant and its ownership and management, claiming they negligently allowed conditions which resulted in a fire, the escape of which caused her severe personal injuries.
PHILADELPHIA – Litigation between a former Wal-Mart assistant manager and the prominent retailer over the ex-employee claiming he was discriminated against and harassed due to his Jehovah’s Witness religious beliefs has been settled, according to court records.
PHILADELPHIA – Defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit surrounding the September 2013 death of a sixth-grade student have appealed a federal judge’s decision not to dismiss them from the case under the doctrine of qualified immunity.
PHILADELPHIA – A Delaware County man who was seriously injured in a car accident nearly three years ago after patronizing a local tavern has sued the establishment and its ownership for negligence, for allegedly causing the crash.
PHILADELPHIA – A pair of truck drivers have sued their former places of business and members of their management, claiming they acted in concert to circumvent federal government regulations and avoid paying government-related taxes and fees.