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Diamond company moves to dismiss lawsuit by Allegheny Co. man alleging diamonds were not returned to him

PITTSBURGH – On June 24, a New York-based diamond company and its owner moved to dismiss a lawsuit launched by a resident of Allison Park alleging the company kept part of a cache of diamonds consigned for sale on his behalf.

Court rules Coopermatics owners liable for employee's unpaid commission claims

HARRISBURG – On July 6, the state Superior Court denied the appeal of the former owners of Coopermatics Inc., a now-defunct Northampton industrial filtration supply company, of a lower court’s judgment that it was liable for unpaid sales representative commissions accrued prior to the company’s sale.

Superior Court dismisses case alleging bone injury caused by needle biopsy

HARRISBURG – On June 29, the state Superior Court affirmed the ruling of a lower court to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that a doctor performing a needle biopsy on a patient’s prostate caused an injury that led to the deterioration of the patient’s pelvic bone.

Court divvies up contested parcels between couple, city of Chester

HARRISBURG — A state appeals court has affirmed an earlier ruling splitting the ownership of two contested properties between the city of Chester and a local couple who have been operating a business on the properties for more than 60 years.