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PHILADELPHIA — A tribal lender based in Montana and its former CEO don't want to testify in Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro's litigation over a lending group's alleged "rent-a-bank" scheme.
EPA proposes $365,500 settlement with Pennsylvania manufacturer over alleged violations of Safe Drinking Water Act
The proposed settlement reached by the EPA and U.S. Justice Department with Malvern-based CertainTeed Corp. represents the largest civil penalty payment required by the Safe Drinking Water Act over alleged safe drinking water violations in Louisiana, the EPA said in a statement.
SCRANTON — A federal judge is mulling a Reading bank's request to dismiss an Auburn couple's lawsuit that claims Santander Bank failed to mark their paid loans as satisfied.
A federal judge tossed out a former railroad employee's discrimination lawsuit against CSX Intermodal Terminals on July 18, ruling the man did not provide enough evidence to back up his claims..
More than a dozen lawsuits against Bayer Essure over a contraceptive device will go back to state court after a federal court ruling.
A Philadelphia law firm must pay more than $656,000 to a former client in a legal malpractice case, a federal judge ruled on July 19.
A federal judge denied a Bucks County man's request for documents in his counter-suit against the Pennsylvania School Board Association (PSBA).
The pharmacy chains are granted more time to respond to claims alleging false and misleading statements were made during a failed merger in 2016,
PHILADELPHIA — A federal judge has not yet ruled whether a Philadelphia woman will be allowed to file a third amended complaint against a contracting company over an alleged nonconsensual sexual incident that occurred at the Philadelphia Navy Yard in 2016.
Woman's lawsuit says shirt caught fire when she walked past a propane heater; Companies deny liability
SCRANTON — A New Jersey-based clothing distributor is defending itself against a counter-claim by JC Penney over who is liable for burns suffered by a Luzerne County woman when the nightshirt she was wearing caught fire in 2015.
Federal judge mulling former Nelson Levine chair's renewed attempt to force arbitration on ex-colleagues
PHILADELPHIA — A federal judge is again considering whether the case of a former partner of Nelson Levine de Luca & Hamilton LLC, who wants mediation over money he claims the dissolved firm owes him, should continue or go into arbitration, according to recent court documents.
Unionville-Chadds Ford School District says it did not violate student's 1st Amendment rights over 'concerning' Tweet
PHILADELPHIA — Unionville-Chadds Ford School District denies most allegations by parents of a former Unionville High School special education student who allegedly engaged in "concerning behavior" over the internet in 2016, which ultimately involved West Coast law enforcement.
PITTSBURGH — A federal magistrate judge has ordered the failed high-bidder for a hotel in Westmoreland County into arbitration earlier to resolve differences over that failed bid.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's attempt to balance a budget under last fall's Act 44 by taking $200 million from a state-created entity that provides malpractice insurance is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled on May 17.
A federal judge is considering a settlement between environmental advocate Sierra Club and Talen Energy over the company's Brunner Island power plant in York County at which it has agreed to end coal burning.
PHILADELPHIA — A federal court has not yet ruled on an Upper Perkiomen School District request for reversal of a state special education hearing officer's finding in the case of a high school senior who sustained a concussion during sports practice in 2016.
A federal judge has dismissed a weight-loss company's lawsuit against two online review sites for allegedly violating a federal trademark statute, ruling that the statute doesn't apply in this case.
A West Conshohocken tech company has failed to prove that it can succeed in a breach of confidentiality lawsuit that it had filed earlier this year against a former employee and his company, a federal judge ruled on May 3.
Attorneys representing a Lititz-based photography company in a copyright infringement case have been disqualified following a federal judge's ruling earlier this month over the law firm's hiring of a consultant who previously had worked for the defendants in the case.