PHILADELPHIA — The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing a former vice president of Ocwen, citing alleged fraud.
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Doctoral student claims she was wrongfully dismissed from Marywood University after sexual misconduct report
SCRANTON — A doctorate student is suing a university, citing alleged breach of contract and negligence.
Former employee claims she was fired by Bayview Asset Management for bringing concerns to management
PHILADELPHIA — A former employee is suing a financing company, citing alleged retaliation and wrongful termination.
PHILADELPHIA — A transgender inmate is suing a correctional facility and its officers, citing alleged failure to protect.
PHILADELPHIA — The United States of America is suing a scrapyard company for allegedly releasing PCBs into the Delaware River.
PHILADELPHIA — Parents and their minor child are suing a school and its faculty, citing alleged defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
ERIE — A couple are suing an electrical contractor, citing alleged negligence and loss of consortium.
PHILADELPHIA — A business owner is suing a corporation, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
SCRANTON — Welsh Slayton filed a complaint on Sept. 13 in the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas against the Sewer Authority of Scranton and others, alleging he seriously injured his knee after stepping on a loose sewer manhole cover.
SCRANTON — Employees are suing a municipal organization, citing alleged violation of the Public Employee Relations Act.
SCRANTON — An overnight stocker employee is suing Walmart, citing alleged racial discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
SCRANTON — Carmella Hutchins filed a complaint on Sept. 17, in the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas, against Monsignor McHugh School and the Archdiocese of Scranton, claiming she suffered serious injuries after tripping on the sidewalk outside of the school.
PITTSBURGH — Verizon is suing a pair of contractors, after they allegedly damaged some of the telecommunications company's underground cable and other equipment.
MEDIA — A daughter is suing nursing home facilities, alleging her mother fell several times and suffered head injuries that contributed to her death.
HARRISBURG — York County Prison and several correctional officers face a lawsuit for allegedly failing to take precautions to keep a suicidal inmate from killing herself, according to court documents.
PHILADELPHIA — An Australian company is suing a U.S. manufacturing company, citing alleged false advertising and unfair competition.
According to the complaint, on April 10, 2017, plaintiffs' five-month-old infant, B.S., was under the care of defendant Julia Spencer at the Glenshaw Presbyterian Church Early Learning Center when the child was allegedly attacked, assaulted and abused, causing bruises on his neck and shoulder.
PHILADELPHIA — The Independence Project Inc. filed a complaint on Sept. 7, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Division, against Odyssey Foods of Pennsylvania for alleged violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Gun club owner, firearms advocacy group accuse Pennsylvania township of violating right to bear arms
ERIE — A gun club owner and the Second Amendment Foundation are suing Robinson Township alleging that a local zoning ordinance infringes on the club owner's constitutional right to bear arms.
PITTSBURGH — Maurice A. Nernberg & Associates has filed a complaint in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County against George Kusevich Jr. and Kusevich Contracting Inc., alleging that they failed to pay for legal services.