Safe! Pete Rose's defamation case versus attorney John Dowd allowed to proceed in Philly federal court
PHILADELPHIA – According to a federal judge's ruling in Philadelphia, Major League Baseball's all-time hit leader Pete Rose has gone 2-for-3 on claims set to proceed in his defamation lawsuit filed against attorney John Dowd, author of the report that led to Rose being permanently banned from the league.
PHILADELPHIA — Optum Inc. and Optuminsight Inc. are asking the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to dismiss a class action lawsuit filed against them by a doctor who claims that the Optum entities illegally sent unsolicited faxes to him and other potential class members, according to a motion filed on June 15.
H&R Block files for default judgment against former employee who allegedly used company information to open own tax service
PHILADELPHIA — On April 6, H&R Block Eastern Enterprises Inc. filed a motion for default judgement in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against a former employee for failing to answer an allegation of breach of contract for operating a similar tax preparation business using H&R information and client lists.
PHILADELPHIA — A request made by defendants American Honda Finance Corp., Richard and Associates and repossession agent Tyler to dismiss several claims related to an allegedly unlawful repossession, assault, battery and conversion was partially denied and partially granted by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.