PHILADELPHIA – The panel of a federal appellate court has dismissed as frivolous complaints filed by a woman against U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton, Cambridge Analytica and its founder Aleksandr Kogan, noted whistleblower Christopher Wylie and Queen Elizabeth II.
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White Pittsburgh cop who shot black, unarmed teen Antwon Rose II in the back also facing excessive force lawsuit
PITTSBURGH – Two men have filed a lawsuit against the police officer who shot teenager Antwon Rose II in June, alleging he violated their civil rights when he used excessive force and unlawfully detained them in a previous altercation at the University of Pittsburgh last year.
PITTSBURGH — A property owner is suing the City of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, citing alleged negligence.
A federal appellate panel recently reversed a lower court’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the city of Pittsburgh and its former mayor, Luke Ravenstahl, according to a decision filed on March 31 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
PITTSBURGH – Two owners of Pittsburgh property allege a city-owned property damaged theirs.
PITTSBURGH — The state Supreme Court on May 22 ruled that police officers in Pittsburgh must only live within 25 air miles of downtown instead of within city limits, upholding a 2014 decision by an arbitrator.
HARRISBURG — The City of Pittsburgh has lost its appeal of a 2015 verdict striking down a city ordinance requiring employers to offer paid sick leave to employees.
PITTSBURGH — The City of Pittsburgh cannot force security officers and building service employees to complete emergency preparedness training as part of its Safe and Secure Building Act, according to a May 17 opinion entered by the Commonwealth Court.
PITTSBURGH — The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) in Pittsburgh has been involved with a civic conundrum over police union member contracts and, as part of an Act 47 challenge, will now head to court over the matter.