PHILADELPHIA - A district court has awarded, in part, a subpoena requiring that the Pennsylvania Innocence Project turn over documents related to a man wrongly convicted of murder.
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PHILADELPHIA -- A district court has denied a motion to remand filed by a person who sued Capital One Auto Finance after his vehicle was repossessed.
PHILADELPHIA - A district court has granted a motion for summary judgment to Abington Memorial Hospital after the daughter of a patient accused the hospital of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Medical school prospect claims she was told that she'd have a better chance at being accepted if she were not Caucasian.
PHILADELPHIA - A federal judge has denied a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit after a debt collector was alleged to have violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
PHILADELPHIA - A Pennsylvania federal court has upheld the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's (SEPTA) advertisement policy.
HARRISBURG - A woman who claims she was injured in a Sam's Club store after a fall has lost her appeal.
SCRANTON - The Board of School Directors of the City of Scranton is asking a court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a group of tenured teachers who lost their jobs due to budget cuts.
U.K. court's $3.4 million ruling against international investment firm is upheld by Pa. Superior Court
PHILADELPHIA - An international investment firm has been ordered by a Pennsylvania court to pay more than $3.4 million.
HARRISBURG - The state Superior Court has affirmed a trial court's ruling, denying an appeal from Community Care Behavioral Health Organization over alleged overpayment of Medicare funds in an audit of Berks Counseling Center.
HARRISBURG - A Pennsylvania coal company has won, in part, an appeal of a verdict denying it land rights in a long-standing property dispute.
Live Face on Web filed a second amended complaint against Cremation Society of Illinois after what it claimed to have been an act of copyright infringement under the U.S. Copyright Act and Pennsylvania law.
PHILADELPHIA - A Pennsylvania judge has ruled in favor of a group of health care workers seeking to file a class action lawsuit over what they say is their employer's failure to pay overtime wages.
HARRISBURG -- A Pennsylvania judge has vacated a lower court ruling against the former Washington County Democratic Party chairman.
Judge denies motion in class action suit to stop hospital from having arbitration agreements signed
HARRISBURG – A Pennsylvania court has upheld a Workers' Compensation Appeal Board's award to a former Piedmont Airlines employee who was injured in a company parking lot.
PHILADELPHIA - A veteran Philadelphia firefighter has lost an appeal with the Commonwealth Court in a Workers' Compensation claim that alleges his prostate cancer was a direct result of his occupation.
PITTSBURGH – The city of Pittsburgh has proposed monitors inspect how the Shrine Circus handles its animals at its scheduled show in September, a proposal that the circus has rejected.
A former CVS Pharmacy technician lost a renewed class action to recoup wages lost during certification classes.