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PHILADELPHIA – Juvenile Law Center, Education Law Center and Philadelphia law firm Dechert announced the filing of a $10 million class action lawsuit against Glen Mills Schools on Thursday, concerning allegations of abuse and educational neglect hundreds of its students suffered at the hands of facility staff, as well as a lack of oversight from education authorities.
Glen Mills lays off more than 250 as state removes boys from campus in wake of lawsuit, newspaper report
PHILADELPHIA – An abuse lawsuit filed by two students and their guardian against Glen Mills school is part of a series of events that includes layoffs and the removal of students from the campus.
Lawsuit: Developmentally disabled boy subjected to repeated sexual assault in residential care facility
PITTSBURGH – A young man with developmental disabilities whose parents say he was molested at a residential treatment facility for children is suing the institution.
PHILADELPHIA – A former operations director for a nonprofit group tasked with assisting the homeless, disabled and mentally challenged claims she was unlawfully fired from the organization after reporting alleged financial mismanagement.
HARRISBURG — Three guardians of children with physical disabilities filed a class-action lawsuit against Pennsylvania Secretary of Human Services Teresa Miller, citing alleged Medicaid violations.
SCRANTON — A minor, through her parents, is suing state Secretary of Human Services Theodore Dallas, alleging discrimination for refusing to furnish their home with eligible accommodations for the girl's disability.
PHILADELPHIA – A Pennsylvania nursing home is suing state Department of Human Services Secretary Theodore Dallas, alleging he violated federal and state Medicaid laws.