PHILADELPHIA — Gov. Tom Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro and the State Police are suing the maker of plastic guns for allegedly allowing the 3D printing of unlicensed plastic guns that go undetected through metal detectors.
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PHILADELPHIA — A consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit against Texpo Power, doing business as YEP Energy, a retail electric provider, citing alleged intrusive invasion of privacy.
PHILADELPHIA — A Florida couple is suing Valley Forge Convention Center Partners, after an alleged slip-and-fall accident at the Radisson Hotel.
Lawsuit claims that W&D Imports failed to disclose that used Maserati was damaged in front-end collision
Sun Chemical Corp. sued by former employee citing violation of Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Agreement
PHILADELPHIA — A national account manager is suing Sun Chemical Corp., claiming his former employer allegedly violated the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Agreement.
PHILADELPHIA — A Georgia corporation is suing Bostock Co. Inc., doing business as SnapCab, citing alleged breach of contract.
PHILADELPHIA — State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. is suing Robert Southrey, individually and doing business as Bob's Heating & Cooling, citing alleged negligence and breach of warranty.
PHILADELPHIA — An office manager is suing former employer Advanced Family Practice PC and Carol Struminger, citing alleged failure to remit payroll tax withholdings.
PHILADELPHIA — A woman is suing the United States of America, the Social Security Administration and the U.S. Attorney General, citing alleged negligence.
PHILADELPHIA — A sales counselor is suing Nutrisystem Inc., citing alleged disability discrimination and wrongful termination.
PHILADELPHIA — A former employee is suing Lehigh University, claiming the university violated the Family and Medical Leave Act.
PHILADELPHIA — A consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit against Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems, Carrier Corp. and United Technologies Corp., citing alleged breach of implied warranty of merchantability.
PHILADELPHIA — The Borough of Quakertown is suing several Verizon entities, citing alleged conversion and trespassing.
PHILADELPHIA – A major appliance maker has filed a brief to support the dismissal of malfunction lawsuit against a customer who did not service process documents in a timely manner.
PHILADELPHIA — MIF City II LP is suing California Pizza Kitchen Inc., citing alleged breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing.
PHILADELPHIA — A man's limited guardian is suing H&H Manufacturing Co. Inc. and precision machine shop owner Thomas Tomei, citing alleged breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and unpaid wages.
PHILADELPHIA – A liability lawsuit filed against Irish Bred Pub Concepts Co. by two patrons of an independently owned and operated establishment was dismissed by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in an April 25 ruling.
PHILADELPHIA — The case of a former employee who sued an Exton pharmaceutical business, alleging discrimination and wrongful termination, has been closed.
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.
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.