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'Heavily tinted' revolving door at the center of lawsuit against Bonefish Grill

By Brian Brueggemann | Jun 12, 2019

An elderly woman is suing a Newtown Square restaurant, alleging she was knocked down by a revolving door with tinted glass.

Lawsuit: Philadelphia school kept 10-year-old handcuffed for five hours, caused asthma attack

By Brian Brueggemann | May 28, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia woman has filed a lawsuit alleging she was handcuffed and left in a conference room for hours when she was a 10-year-old at a Philadelphia school.

Columbia residents challenge borough's authority to lend public funds to private developers

By Brian Brueggemann | May 3, 2019

LANCASTER – A group of citizens is challenging a new revolving loan program in the Borough of Columbia, arguing the borough has no authority to use public funds to make investments in private entities.

From Legal Newsline

Lawsuit: Boot Gorsuch from SCOTUS, put Garland on and let next Dem president stack the court

By Brian Brueggemann | Apr 4, 2019

NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – It's a lawsuit that a constitutional law expert says doesn't stand much of a chance, but a New York man is suing two U.S. senators over allegations his rights were violated because they didn't conduct a confirmation process for Merrick Garland to become a U.S. Supreme Court justice.

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