Though e-cigarettes are being marketed as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking, design flaws in the products can cause severe injuries or even kill their users, an attorney representing several plaintiffs in personal-injury cases said.
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PHILADELPHIA - The State of Louisiana may not be counted as an absentee class member in a class action settlement, according to a ruling made recently by a Pennsylvania federal court.
Pittsburg’s sick leave ordinance is a law that breaks the law, according to Melissa Bova, director of Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association.
Commonwealth Court finds plaintiffs experts' science in Zoloft case unreliable; Miami attorney backs decision
In a recent Zoloft lawsuit in Pennsylvania, the testimonies of two expert witnesses were thrown out for not meeting any relevant admissibility standards by the Commonwealth Court.
A senior attorney at the Competitive Enterprise Institute recently turned his focus toward the trouble of state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, concluding that she has become a "laughingstock."
On Sept. 24, two federal agencies settled with Hudson City Savings Bank after allegations of discriminatory practices enacted by the bank against low income and major minority areas, including those in Philadelphia, though a separate agency years earlier had rated the bank's practices "Satisfactory."
The parents of a Stroudsburg Junior High School student are blaming the school district for the alleged bullying of their son, though their attorney admits it will be hard to calculate potential damages.
PITTSBURGH – An ex-restaurant manager who sued his former employer over alleged violations of his civil rights and an incident involving a racial slur, has dismissed the litigation according to court records.