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Prince Law Offices' challenge of fee allocation arbitration award unsuccessful

HARRISBURG – Prince Law Offices has lost its challenge of an arbitration award that allocated legal fees to three other firms that participated in a trial under an independent contractor fee-sharing agreement with Prince, according to a Dec. 18 Superior Court opinion.

Man claims former employer didn't pay overtime as required

PITTSBURGH — A man has filed a class-action suit against his former employer, claiming he and his colleagues were denied overtime pay.

Man claims religious, age discrimination in firing

PITTSBURGH — A man is seeking damages, claiming that his employer unlawfully terminated him because of his age.

Wallingford woman claims law firm used unfair debt collection practices

PHILADELPHIA – A Wallingford woman is seeking damages following an incident in which she claims unfair debt collection practices.

Darby man alleges his employer terminated him in violation of the ADA

PHILADELPHIA – A man is seeking damages following his termination from the University of the Sciences, claiming that it was due to his disability.

Disabled man accuses Bergen Power Pipe Supports of workplace hostility

Story CopyPITTSBURGH— A Mount Pleasant man is seeking damages following his claimed workplace hostility due to his disabilities.

Defendants taking steps to appeal $32M wreck in case of fatal car wreck

PITTSBURGH - An appeal seems to be coming of a $32 million Allegheny County verdict in a lawsuit over a fatal motor vehicle accident.

Class action alleges Sikorsky violated FLSA

PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania man is part of a class action lawsuit against Sikorsky Aircraft, alleging it failed to properly compensate employees for hours worked.

Employee accuses Apria Healthcare of ADA violations

PITTSBURGH — A former employee is suing a Canonsburg company, alleging her termination violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.  

Philadelphia worker accuses Rouge 98 of racism, unjust termination

PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia man is suing a local company, alleging his termination was due to racial discrimination and in violation of the Civil Rights Act.

Disabled man alleges Home Properties violated law

PHILADELPHIA— A disabled man is suing New York and Texas companies, alleging Americans with Disabilities Act violations. 

New York passenger alleges Amtrak negligence led to his injuries

PHILADELPHIA — A passenger is suing Amtrak, alleging for injuries he suffered during a derailment.

Philadelphia man alleges General Information Services violated law

PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia resident is suing a consumer reporting agency, alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Employee alleges Maintenance Technology denied her proper pay

PITTSBURGH — A New Kensington woman is suing a Michigan company, alleging she was denied proper pay by her employer.

Ex-employee accuses Cargill Cocoa of age discrimination

HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania — A former employee is suing a Mount Joy chocolate company, alleging he was terminated due to age discrimination.

New methane regulations could mean big changes for natural gas industry

HARRISBURG - The president of the Marcellus Shale Coalition says his industry has already made significant strikes in reducing emissions, and that regulations need to provide a true environmental benefit.

Danish couple blames Amtrak for violent crash

PHILADELPHIA — A Danish couple is suing Amtrak, alleging negligence for a train derailment that injured the wife.

Customer alleges Rita's Water Ice violated Telephone Consumer Protection Act

PHILADELPHIA— A Florida woman is suing a Pennsylvania business, alleging violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Colorado couple accuses Amtrak of negligence in fatal accident

PHILADELPHIA — A Colorado couple is suing Amtrak in a class action, alleging negligence in a fatal derailment.

Adams County couple accuses Lowe's of warranty breach

HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania — An Adams County couple is suing Lowe's, alleging a breach of warranty.