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Pa. Superior Court rejects petition to compel arbitration in negligence case against medical facility

A Pennsylvania appeals court recently affirmed a trial court’s decision to deny a medical facility’s petition to compel arbitration in dispute with a woman who allegedly fell and broke her leg at the facility, according to a decision filed on March 29 in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.

Right to Farm Act protects Salem family farm from lawsuit over its smell

The Superior Court of Pennsylvania has upheld a trial court’s decision to dismiss a case against a family-owned farm in Luzerne County that was accused of creating a disturbing odor in the neighborhood, according to a decision filed on March 29.

Pa. Superior Court upholds dismissal of defamation suit against law firm and attorney

A Pennsylvania appeals court has upheld a lower court’s decision to dismiss defamation claims brought by an attorney who said a firm falsely accused him of witness intimidation, according to a decision filed on March 29 in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.

Fleetway Leasing Company accuses CEO of now-defunct company of failing to make payments under lease agreements

A used car dealership is suing Christopher Monticello, a former CEO of the now-defunct Auto Leasing Services of South Florida LLC, for allegedly breaching two commercial motor vehicle lease agreements.

Catalyst Outdoor Advertising LLC accuses former employee of accepting job with direct competitor

A company is suing Jennifer Douglas, a former employee, for allegedly breaching a non-competition agreement.

Main Line Medical Supplies Inc. accused of failing to pay for leased medical equipment

Two companies are suing Main Line Medical Supplies Inc. for alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.

Township of Lower Moreland police officer, neighbor allegedly deprived individual of his rights

A property owner is suing the Township of Lower Moreland; Sean McCoy, a police officer; and Raymond Mullen, the plaintiff's neighbor, for allegedly depriving him of his rights.

Ability Recovery Services LLC allegedly used abusive debt collection practices

A consumer is suing Ability Recovery Services LLC and Does 1-10 for allegedly using abusive debt collection practices.

Lawsuit: Woman's burns were the result of coffee lid error at Philadelphia Dunkin' Donuts

PHILADELPHIA – A local plaintiff believes negligent practices on the part of Dunkin’ Donuts led her to become burned by a cup of hot coffee she purchased, at the drive-thru of one of the restaurant chain’s locations in North Philadelphia.

See-through easel on floor tripped man at Home Goods, lawsuit says

PHILADELPHIA – A Levittown plaintiff says a Home Goods store’s transparent floor easel created a dangerous condition which injured him, according to a new state court lawsuit.

N.J. Transit pipefitter claims his shoulder injuries are the result of company's numerous FELA violations

PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey Transit train pipefitter launched a lawsuit last week in state court, charging his employer with violating the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) when it allegedly caused an accident leaving him with severe shoulder injuries.

Lethal Pest Solutions allegedly failed to pay employee for all hours worked

A pest control technician is suing Aesling Corp., trading as Lethal Pest Solutions, Abater Buggsout and Joseph E. Curci for allegedly failing to properly compensate him for his work.

Harrah's Philadelphia Casino & Race Track accused of discrimination and retaliation

An African-American employee is suing Harrah's Philadelphia Casino & Race Track for allegedly subjecting her to discrimination and retaliation.

Therapy Source Inc. allegedly fired employee because she became pregnant

An individual is suing Therapy Source Inc., her former employer for alleged discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.

JGM Fabricators & Erectors Inc. allegedly failed to properly compensate employee

An individual is suing JGM Fabricators & Erectors Inc., Joseph Messner Jr. and several others for allegedly failing to properly compensate him for his work.

Lehigh University accused of discriminating against employee

An African-American employee is suing Lehigh University for allegedly subjecting her to discrimination and a hostile work environment.