PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit stated Friday that a former Philadelphia Police Department officer candidate failed to establish a prima facie case of employment discrimination, and upheld a trial court ruling granting summary judgment to the City of Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA – Hotel corporation Best Western International, Inc. is seeking to strike a $95,000 default judgment entered against it in December, due to alleged improper service of the lawsuit connected to the judgment.
HARRISBURG – Legal and commercial entities that must file a report with the Pennsylvania Treasury if they have reportable unclaimed property can follow certain steps, two attorneys who specialize in unclaimed property issues said in a recent interview.
PHILADELPHIA – Law enforcement authorities in Allegheny County did not violate a Swissvale man’s constitutional rights, in denying an application regarding the restoration of his right to own firearms.
NEW YORK – A federal appeals court in New York City affirmed a ruling which denied class certification to a large-scale investment fraud lawsuit, which had included Pennsylvania’s Public School Employees’ Retirement System (PSERS) as a plaintiff.
One of the largest personal injury verdicts in the history of both Lancaster and York County was secured Wednesday by an attorney representing the estate of a young woman killed in a drunk driving accident in February 2014.
A bottling company’s motion to transfer a lawsuit filed against it by a Pennsylvania vodka manufacturer to federal court in Minnesota has been denied, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania said in a decision this week.