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New bill would make gun owners protected class under state human rights act

Pennsylvania is considering making gun owners a protected class of citizens with proposed changes to the Pennsylvania Human Rights Act (PHRA).

Couple's appeal against Deutsche Bank thrown out because of late response

PHILADELPHIA — Timely appeals are still necessary regardless of the underlying facts, according to a non-precedential ruling from the Pennsylvania Superior Court.

Ruling: Court employees not protected by Whistleblower Law

HARRISBURG - Earlier this year, the state Commonwealth Court ruled that a former juvenile probation officer wasn’t protected by whistleblower laws.

Retired railroad worker loses appeal alleging negligence by Norfolk Southern, Consolidated Rail

PHILADELPHIA — A lifelong railroad worker won’t be able to hold his employer liable for what he claimed were unsafe working conditions that led to long-term injuries.

Wheel makers not responsible for foot injury suffered at modular home manufacturing site, Superior Court rules

HARRISBURG — The Superior Court of Pennsylvania recently denied an appeal seeking injury damages by a former employee at a modular home manufacturing plant in Renniger v. A&R Machine Shop and Cass Hudson Company.

Philadelphia woman settles suit with Ruby Tuesday over claim of broken glass in food

PHILADELPHIA - A lawsuit filed by a woman who claimed she found broken glass in her food at the Ruby Tuesday restaurant in the Springfield Mall has quickly come to an end.