An African American woman has filed suit against her former employer, alleging she suffered numerous incidents of racial discrimination before she was terminated from her job.
A Philadelphia woman has filed a premises liability lawsuit in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas against the New Jersey Transit Authority and a company that operates at the train station where she was hurt.
A Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Jury awarded a 9-year-old girl $250,000, and her mother, $15,000, after a three-day premises liability trial.
A Philadelphia man is suing the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for injuries he suffered after falling off his bicycle at a depressed section of roadway.
A Philadelphia woman has filed a premises liability lawsuit against a city corporation for injuries she allegedly suffered after she fell face-first onto broken concrete.
A Florida man claims he attempted to pay back more than $4,000 worth of debt, but lost thousands of dollars when a debt collector and credit card company switched his debt to a different collector without warning.
A Montgomery County man has filed a premises liability lawsuit in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court against Regal Cinemas for injuries he suffered in October 2009 at a Plymouth Meeting movie theater.
A New Jersey woman has filed suit against her former employer, alleging she was not paid more than 10 years worth of overtime pay.
A mother's lawsuit against a maintenance contractor for a Philadelphia homeless shelter is at trial in the Court of Common Pleas.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (Legal Newsline) - A group of Pennsylvania attorneys has filed an amicus brief in support of grocery store chains Safeway and Genuardi's in an ongoing dispute over a commercial lease.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Legal Newsline) - Drilling deep under the ground for untapped reserves of natural gas has not only unearthed a rich natural resource, it's also tapped into a new area of the law.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Thirteen families in tiny Lenox Township in northeastern Pennsylvania are suing Southwestern Energy, alleging that in drilling for Marcellus Shale, the company contaminated their water supply and made them sick.
SCRANTON, Pa. (Legal Newsline) - Career prosecutor Kathleen Granahan Kane announced her candidacy for Pennsylvania attorney general on Wednesday.