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By Robert Hadley | Jun 6, 2019

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40 Under 40 winner Chris Stoy helps client to $1.3 million settlement in injury claim

By Robert Hadley | May 24, 2019

Imagine waking up after a blow to the head with little visible damage but the uncanny feeling something isn’t right.

Law firm accuses German competitor of fraud conspiracy

By Robert Hadley | Apr 9, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Berwyn company is suing a German-based competitor for allegedly conspiring to interfere with its operations.

Worker accuses Staples of ADA violations

By Robert Hadley | Apr 9, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A former Staples store manager claims he was fired after requesting a leave of absence for a medical condition.

Worker claims firing had ties to sexual harassment

By Robert Hadley | Apr 8, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia woman claims she was fired after refusing to have sexual relations with her co-worker.

Lessors accuse Chesapeake Appalachia of royalty fraud

By Robert Hadley | Mar 25, 2016

HARRISBURG – A group of Pennsylvania landowners have filed a class action lawsuit against Chesapeake Appalachia and its related businesses in a dispute over oil and gas leases.

Winery accuses rival firms of trademark infringement

By Robert Hadley | Mar 25, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A California winery is suing two Pennsylvania companies for the alleged unauthorized use of its federally trademarked name on their own products.

Woman accuses comapny in Reading of retaliatory discharge

By Robert Hadley | Mar 25, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Mohnton woman says her former employer terminated her over her disability and in retaliation for her husband’s complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Woman accuses engineering firm of gender bias

By Robert Hadley | Mar 25, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Downington woman claims her ex-employer underpaid her relative to male co-workers and alleges she was terminated after complaining of the disparity.

Terminated worker accuses Devereux Foundation of unlawful termination

By Robert Hadley | Mar 5, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Newton Square woman is suing her ex-employer, claiming she was unlawfully terminated after she took leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).

Dentist accuses former practice of defamation, misrepresentation

By Robert Hadley | Mar 2, 2016

PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh dentist is suing a dental practice, alleging it is refusing to remove her name from its sign, despite terminating her more than four months ago.  

Disabled veteran accuses Arcelormittal Plate of discrimination

By Robert Hadley | Mar 1, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Pennsylvania man is suing a Coatesville business, alleging racial discrimination and failure to accommodate his medically verified disability.

Fired health care worker accuses Advance Urgent Care of sexual harassment

By Robert Hadley | Mar 1, 2016

SCRANTON – A Pennsylvania woman is suing a Montgomeryville health care business, alleging she was fired for objecting to her supervisor’s sexual harassment.

Nursing home sues state official, alleging violation of Medicaid laws

By Robert Hadley | Feb 29, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Pennsylvania nursing home is suing state Department of Human Services Secretary Theodore Dallas, alleging he violated federal and state Medicaid laws.

Knee implant recipient blames Zimmer Inc. for negligence

By Robert Hadley | Feb 29, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey couple is suing the manufacturers of a knee implant, alleging the device was defective.

Bucks County man alleges Aetna denied long-term disability benefits

By Robert Hadley | Feb 26, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – A Bucks County man is suing Aetna Life, alleging it denied his application for long-term disability benefits.

Class-action suit against Statoil USA aims to clarify lease royalty amounts

By Robert Hadley | Jan 24, 2016

PHILADELPHIA—A Meshoppen woman has filed a class-action lawsuit against Statoil USA in a dispute surrounding royalty calculations for oil and gas leases.

Haitian woman accuses SBM of racial discrimination

By Robert Hadley | Jan 24, 2016

PHILADELPHIA—A Philadelphia County woman says she was fired from her janitorial job with SBM because of her race.

30-year employee accuses Main Line Health Care Group of wrongful termination

By Robert Hadley | Jan 24, 2016

PHILADELPHIA—A 65-year-old West Chester woman says she was illegally fired from her job by Main Line Health Care due to her age and health issues.

Disabled man brings breach of contract suit against LINA for disability benefits

By Robert Hadley | Jan 24, 2016

PHILADELPHIA—A Virginia man is suing Philadelphia-based Life Insurance Company of North America (LINA), claiming the insurer wrongly canceled his long-term disability benefits.

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