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Lutheran Senior Services loses in Workers' Comp case brought by worker hurt 'coming and going'

HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania court denied a petition by Lutheran Senior Services Management Company to overturn the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board’s ruling in favor of an employee who claimed he was injured while working for the company.

No immunity for teacher who let kindergartner leave with stranger who sexually assaulted her

PHILADELPHIA — A federal appeals court has denied immunity to a substitute teacher who allowed a stranger to remove a kindergarten student from his class despite the fact she failed to show proper identification.

Analysts say Sierra Club seeks to win delays, not legal battles

WASHINGTON – Although none of the Sierra Club’s recent antitrust complaints resulted in stopping a liquid natural gas (LNG) pipeline project, antitrust and industry experts say legal victory was not the environmental group’s goal.