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Gender discrimination case against West Pharmaceutical Services closed

PHILADELPHIA — The case of a former employee who sued an Exton pharmaceutical business, alleging discrimination and wrongful termination, has been closed.

Consumer alleges her personal information was compromised in Equifax breach, seeks damages

An Eagleville individual has filed a class action lawsuit against Equifax Inc. and Equifax Credit Information Services Inc. over allegations that it improperly handled and stored personally identifiable information.

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Research Services alleges FDA failed to timely respond to petition

PHILADELPHIA – A Horsham-based supplier of pharmaceutical services alleges a federal agency failed to timely respond to its petition regarding the approval of a drug.

Recovery Centers of America Holdings LLC alleges former employee disclosed information

PHILADELPHIA – A King of Prussia addiction recovery center alleges a Massachusetts individual unlawfully disclosed confidential information in a lawsuit.

Sungard Availability Services LP alleged to have failed to pay overtime

PHILADELPHIA – A Maryland man alleges his former Wayne IT service employer terminated him after he complained about discrimination and not receiving overtime pay.

Woman alleges Companion dog leash is defective, injured hand

PHILADELPHIA – A Birdsboro woman alleges a defective retractable dog leash caused her injuries.

Man alleges injuries caused by Mikron Woodworking Machinery equipment

PHILADELPHIA – A Pottstown couple allege they have spent more than $500,000 on medical bills after the husband was injured in a workplace accident.

Zurich American Insurance Co. alleges former employee took trade secrets to new employer

PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey resident is accused of stealing proprietary information from her former commercial property and casualty insurance company employer.

Philadelphia parents allege negligence caused child's injuries during birth

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia family is seeking $150,000 in damages after their minor child was injured during birth.

MCS Industries Inc. alleges ShopRite sold mirrors that infringed on its patents

PHILADELPHIA – An Easton corporation alleges that a retail store operator infringed on one of its patented mirror designs.

Build-A-Bear Workshop Inc. alleged to have failed to pay overtime wages

PHILADELPHIA – An Easton man claims that his former employer owes unpaid overtime wages.

Couple allege Boston Scientific Corp. device injured man's arm

PHILADELPHIA – A Plymouth Meeting couple allege the husband was injured because of a medical implant.

Amtrak employee seeks more than $150,000 over alleged injury caused by tossed book

PHILADELPHIA – A Media woman alleges she was injured during her employment with Amtrak when another employee threw a book at her.

Icon Clinical Research alleges employees used confidential information to work for competitor

PHILADELPHIA – A North Wales global contract research organization alleges four North Carolina residents and former employees misappropriated confidential and proprietary information.

Sussman Inc. accused of placing illegal telemarketing calls by Jenkintown man

PHILADELPHIA – A Jenkintown consumer claims that an auto dealership used illegal telephone solicitation.

Delaware County Memorial Hospital employees allege they should be paid for meal breaks not taken

PHILADELPHIA – Two employees of Delaware County Memorial Hospital allege they were not paid for all hours worked.

C. Raymond Davis & Sons alleges photos were used without consent on website

PHILADELPHIA – A Kimberton general contractor claims that its copyrighted photos were unlawfully used on a Tullytown company's website.

Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union Local 1034 claims it is owed contributions

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia employer is alleged to have failed to pay contributions to labor union funds for a month.

Walter Studley Real Estate Sales Corp. alleged to have used deceptive means in eviction complaint

PHILADELPHIA – A Holland woman claims a Warrington debt collector made false representations in its attempt to evict her.

Delaware County 911 dispatcher alleges county refused to reinstate her after leave for treatment program

PHILADELPHIA – An Essington woman alleges she was not reinstated to her job after taking a leave for a drug treatment program.