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Lawsuit: Glass block supplier needs to reconcile $30K in construction funds

PITTSBURGH – A façade and wall panel manufacturer is seeking nearly $30,000 in unpaid funds from a New York-based glass block supplier, in regards to a construction project at Colgate University.

More than $52K still to be paid from Penn Hills municipal construction project, suit states

PITTSBURGH – A recently-filed lawsuit in Pennsylvania state court sees a Glassport construction and paving group suing one of its subcontractors and a bond company, in connection with a project for construction work of municipal buildings in Penn Hills.

Construction and insurance companies battling over $73K in outstanding funds

PITTSBURGH – An alleged outstanding amount in excess of $73,000 is at the center of a newly-filed lawsuit between construction and insurance companies in state court.

Commonwealth Court vacates arbitration award over correction officer discipline

HARRISBURG – The Commonwealth Court has vacated an arbitration award regarding the discipline of a corrections officer.

Waldron Electric's fight to recover more in breach of contract case sent back to trial court

HARRISBURG – The state Superior Court sent part of a breach of contract and unjust enrichment case filed against Waldron Electric Heating and Cooling Inc. back to the Washington County Court of Common Pleas for further proceedings, according to an opinion filed Nov. 14.

Royal Water Damage Restoration Inc. alleged to owe former laborers unpaid wages

PHILADELPHIA – Two former employees of a Willow Grove water damage repair company allege they are owed unpaid overtime wages.

Insane Labz producers seek millions from New Health Ventures LLC over online supplement sales

PHILADELPHIA – An Arkansas corporation and its sister company allege their supplements are being sold online without authorization.

Man claims defective design of WonderGel seat cushion caused second-degree burns

READING – A Trevose man alleges a gel seat cushion does not contain warnings of risks of burns when it is exposed to the sun.

Birdsboro man alleges illness was caused by Roundup exposure

READING – A Birdsboro couple alleges exposure to herbicide Roundup caused the husband's illness.

Union funds seek audit of APG International Inc.

PHILADELPHIA – The International Painters and Allied Trades District Council No. 21 alleges a New Jersey company has failed to submit to an audit per the terms of their bargaining agreement.

Union seeks audit of Eastern Window Specialists per bargaining agreement

PHILADELPHIA – A York company is alleged to have breached a bargaining agreement between it and International Painters and Allied Trades District Council No. 21.

Lawsuit: Postal carrier allegedly suffers spinal and arm injuries after defendants' dogs attacked him

PITTSBURGH – A mail carrier supposedly attacked by a pair of large dogs in the course of his employment duties has initiated legal action against the owners of the dogs, in order to recover damages caused by the injuries he sustained in the attack.

Unleashed dog supposedly led to plaintiff's broken wrist and other injuries

PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh woman who allegedly suffered a broken wrist when an unleashed dog knocked her to the ground has sued the apartment complex where the accident took place and its management companies.

Improperly-installed Gutter Helmet system led plaintiff's home to be infiltrated by mold, suit says

PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh couple whose home was severely damaged by mold infiltration has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers and installers of the system designed to prevent such a circumstance.

Shamrockclean Inc. alleged to owe more than $1,000 to labor union funds

PHILADELPHIA – A Florida company is alleged to owe contributions to several labor union funds.

Man alleges he was wrongfully terminated by Macquarie Investment Management

PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey man alleges he was wrongfully terminated for engaging in protected activities.