The state Supreme Court has ruled arbitration clauses involving the now-defunct National Arbitration Forum do not have to be enforced.
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Yahoo could be exposed to more than $41 million in damages in a recently revived lawsuit over nearly 28,000 text messages it sent to one man, and a Philadelphia attorney says the trial court has been left to consider an incredibly important issue to companies.
Class action plaintiff gets second chance to prove Yahoo used autodialer to text him almost 28,000 times
A class action lawsuit against Yahoo has been revived after a federal appeals court ruled a man who received unsolicited text messages from the company may have another chance in court.
Property that has experienced environmental contamination – or “stigma” – can suffer devaluation, according to the state Supreme Court.
U.S. District Court for the Easter District of Pennsylvania found standing in claims of injury as a result of data breach in Enslin v. Coca Cola.
The reinstatement of a nearly seven-year-old whistleblower case involving the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission means the employee in question will get his day in court.
One patent law expert tells the Pennsylvania Record, there’s no real way for companies to ensure they’re not infringing upon anyone else’s patent; often companies find out by receiving a cease and desist letter, or legal filings.
The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation has accepted a request to consolidate litigation in the case against Amtrak, following the May 12 train derailment that killed eight and injured more than 200 people.
An Afghanistan-based medical supply company has filed federal lawsuit against a Pennsylvania company in a case that could potentially be shrouded in the fog of war.