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Superior Court affirms preliminary injunction ruling to Tyco Fire Products against former employee

HARRISBURG – The Superior Court of Pennsylvania on Nov. 17 affirmed a trial court decision granting a preliminary injunction to Tyco International Management Co. LLC and Tyco Fire Products LP in a dispute with a former employee whom Tyco officials accused of violating employment contracts after taking a job with a competing company.

Suprerior Court quashes wife’s appeal for defendant name change in wrongful death action

HARRISBURG – The Superior Court of Pennsylvania on Oct. 31 rejected an appeal by a woman to overturn a 2016 court judgment that denied changing a defendant's name in a wrongful death claim after her husband died in a detoxification center.

Pennsylvania net loss carryover unconstitutional in Nextell case, high state court says

HARRISBURG – The state Supreme Court on Oct. 18 said that taxes figured in the case of Nextel Communications violated the Pennsylvania Constitution.

Doctor again dealt dismissal of lawsuit against Abington School District over speaking time at meeting

HARRISBURG – The state Commonwealth Court recently affirmed dismissal of a complaint filed by a doctor against the Abington School District after its school board limited his time to speak at a school board meeting.

CGA Law Firm, accused of malpractice, says bank knew loan was a bad deal all along

LANCASTER – A York law firm is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit by a bank that accused it of legal malpractice after the default of a $7 million loan.

Superior Court upholds dismissal of medical malpractice suit against Mount Nittany

HARRISBURG — The state Superior Court has affirmed the dismissal of a medical malpractice lawsuit from a woman who, after undergoing a cesarean section and successful deliverance of a baby in March 2013, alleged that the hospital botched a treatment to stop internal bleeding.