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Married couple sues hotel owners over injuries sustained from alleged faulty staircase

An Arizona couple is suing hotel owners for injuries the husband sustained from an allegedly faulty staircase.

New owners of minor league baseball team sue to release escrow money

The new owners of the Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Team has filed suit to release stadium improvement escrow funds.

Woman joins Tylenol litigation alleging acute liver failure

An Ohio woman filed suit in a pending Tylenol litigation alleging the drug caused acute liver failure.

Union Railroad Co. sued over negligence claims after barges damaged

The owners of several damaged barges are suing over claims that the damage was the fault of a railroad company.

Jewish Association on Aging files suit to ensure proper notice of termination of Medicaid benefits

A Pittsburgh nursing facility is suing after it claims Medicaid benefits were terminated for two residents before their deaths, leaving the facility with unpaid invoices.

FEI Cold Storage sues USDA, alleging investigation ruined reputation

A Harrisburg cold storage company is suing a governmental agency, claiming an investigation damaged the company's reputation.

Pennsylvania inmate seeks to stop publication of book

A Pennsylvania Department of Corrections inmate is suing to stop the publication of a book he claims will hurt his chances for parole.

Rock Church files lawsuit to waive permit fees, suspend building code enforcement

An Easton church filed an emergency motion requesting that building permit fees and building code enforcement be waived and suspended in regards several properties the church has purchased.

Woman sues Progressive Insurance Co. to collect underinsured motorist benefits

An Abington woman is suing an insurance company in an attempt to collect her underinsured motorist benefits following a serious motorcycle accident.

Employee sues Fayette Parts Service Inc. over right to refuse transfer to attend to disabled wife

A Butler man is suing his employer for the right to refuse a transfer to another facility so that he can remain nearby his disabled wife.

Ameriprise seeks injunction to prevent former agent from using its clients and secrets

A financial company is suing a former employee to prohibit him from contacting former clients after he left to work for another competitor.

Banfield Pet Hospital accused of hostile work environment by former employee

A Pittsburgh man has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, claiming he was terminated in retaliation for reporting a hostile work environment.

Liberty LP Gas files defamation lawsuit against competitor's salesman

A Pennsylvania area gas company filed a defamation and tortious interference lawsuit against a salesman of its main area competitor.

Dumanski, New Horizon Nutraceuticals sued over allegedly selling defective meal-replacement shakes

A nutritional supplement company is suing a Kennett Square man and business for allegedly selling defective meal-replacement shake mixes.

Former prison employee sues Sci-Fayette Department of Corrections, claims gender discrimination

A Fayette County former prison employee has filed suit against his former employer alleging that he was discriminated against and forced to resign because of his gender.

Insulators Local 23 Pension Fund files against Loshaw Thermal Tech over unpaid contribution claims

Trustees of a pension fund are suing a Spring Grove business, alleging that the company has not contributed to the plan in several years.

Cardinal Camera and Video Center sued over allegedly selling counterfeit software

A well-known photo editing software company is suing a Lansdale camera center over allegations that the business is selling counterfeit versions of its software.

Walgreens seeks to remove wrongful termination lawsuit from state to federal court

The Walgreen's Co. has filed a motion seeking to remove a wrongful termination lawsuit from Pennsylvania state court to federal court.

'Mr. Mom' files suit against judge, family in civil rights case

A self-proclaimed Mr. Mom has filed suit against a municipal judge, police officer and others alleging that his civil rights were violated by their actions in regards to litigation involving his wife.

Coopersburg man claims sewage leaks caused leukemia, prostate cancer

A Coopersburg man has filed suit against a township sewage plant and its employees over claims that exposure to raw sewage led to his diagnosis of leukemia and prostate cancer.