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Man put in coma by bouncer sues Phila. gentlemen’s club Delilah’s Den

A Maryland man who claims he spent a number of days in a coma following an incident in which he was assaulted by a bouncer at a Philadelphia gentlemen’s club has sued the adult entertainment venue in federal court.

Judge allows evidence of officer's past misconduct to be admitted in rapper Meek Mill's case against PPD

As the legal saga continues to play out between a rising Philadelphia rapper

Amedisys settles False Claims Act allegations with federal government for $150 million; six of seven suits were pending in Eastern District of Pa.

Louisiana-based home health services company Amedisys Inc. has agreed

Phila. personal injury lawyer commits suicide as D.A. prepares charges in slip-and-fall insurance fraud scheme

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams was preparing to have private

Family of mentally disturbed man shot dead by cop sues City of Phila. and police officer

The sister of a mentally disturbed man shot dead by a Philadelphia police

Pa. attorney specializing in appellate issues to receive James S. Bowman Award by Pa. Bar Assoc.

Kevin J. McKeon, a partner with the Harrisburg law firm of Hawke

Former Montco ADA joins Blue Bell family firm Shemtob Law as associate

A former assistant prosecutor in suburban Philadelphia has joined the Blue

Phila. judge affirms $19.1 million plaintiff’s verdict in case of vehicle accident ending with leg amputation

A Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge has upheld a $19.1 million

Amtrak facing suit by fired employee who says he was retaliated against because of his need for kidney dialysis

A former Amtrak employee has filed a federal complaint against the rail

Addiction recovery business Gaudenzia sued by former employee for alleged FMLA violations

A Philadelphia man is suing a Montgomery County addiction and recovery

Judge allows stomped-on prisoner to refile claim against prison after he retained legal counsel

A prisoner who filed a pro se federal complaint against members of the

Former Phila. mass tort judge named '14 Sandra Day O'Connor Award winner by Phila. Bar Assoc.

Sandra Mazer Moss, the former Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge

Southeastern Pa. tax lawyer to receive PBA's Solo and Small Firm Practice Section Award

An experienced tax attorney from Southeastern Pennsylvania is poised to

Fired employee accuses Phila. Energy Solutions of ADA violations in job termination

A decade-long employee of Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a successor

Pa. woman sues Lower Merion Township, police officers for false arrest, civil rights violations

A suburban Philadelphia woman is suing Lower Merion Township and two

Pfizer sued by woman who claims Lipitor use caused her to develop type 2 diabetes

Pharmaceutical manufacturer Pfizer is named as a defendant in a civil suit

Security guard falsely accused of armed robbery sues Pittsburgh Police

A security guard who was arrested for a robbery he didn’t commit has filed a federal civil rights claim against the City of Pittsburgh and three of its police officers.

Phila. D.A.’s Office announces creation of Conviction Review Unit

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams announced this week the

Wrongful death case arising from fatal heart attack after restaurant fight remanded to Phila. Common Pleas Court

A U.S. District Court judge has granted a plaintiffs’ motion to remand a

Phila. attorney appointed by Gov. Corbett to seat on board of Pa. Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority

A Philadelphia lawyer and general counsel to the Pennsylvania Republican