PITTSBURGH - The owner of an Allegheny County pipeline has won an arbitration award of more than $21 million over an alleged breach of contract with an oil company.
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Pottsville High athlete sues over suspension; School says harassment of mentally disabled man included nude dance, vile behavior with lollipop
The parents of a Pottsville Area High School football player have filed suit against the school district after their son was suspended for allegedly performing a nude dance with a towel in the locker room.
PHILADELPHIA — An appeals court has affirmed a bankruptcy court ruling involving funds owed to a commercial landlord by a former law office.
PHILADELPHIA — An appeals court has reversed a lower court ruling that restored the salary of a University of Pittsburgh professor after his pay was cut following poor annual reviews.
A former Plum Borough School District gym teacher who had been cleared of charges of inappropriate behavior toward students but was later fired is asking for a public hearing.
PHILADELPHIA - The owner of Justice Stores will pay $8 million to more than 600,000 people as a result of money being left in a class action settlement fund after a year.
PHILADELPHIA — A district court has denied a motion for class certification filed by a former Broomall Center employee.
PHILADELPHIA - A vendor for American Express Bank has won a request to have arbitration proceedings in a class action.
PHILADELPHIA - A $5 million jury verdict against Teva Pharmaceuticals has been cut to $300,000 after a Philadelphia judge ruled on post-trial motions.
PHILADELPHIA - A district court has denied a Verizon FiOS customer's request to have a lawsuit filed against the company sent back to state court.
PHILADELPHIA - A district court has granted, in part, a request by a group of former diner waitresses requiring the owner of Clubhouse Diner to answer questions over its cash payroll practices.
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.
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.