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PITTSBURGH — The former chief executive officer and president of Cornerstone Television (CTVN) has filed suit against the Christian broadcast and satellite television network claiming wrongful termination, slander and the network's use of his copyrighted intellectual property.
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Claustrophobia as a disability: Employee sues fireworks company for not providing him an office with a window
PITTSBURGH — A longtime employee's federal lawsuit against his former employer for allegedly failing to accommodate his condition of claustrophobia follows a series of similar cases introduced since a change in disabilities law in 2008.
Judge denies LuLaRoe's efforts to recoup $30,000 in legal expenses after it successfully fended off class action
After a failed class-action suit in the Western Court of Pennsylvania, a multi-level marketing company was denied in its efforts to make the plaintiffs pay more than $30,000 in court costs.
PITTSBURGH — A minor, his mother and grandfather have filed a class action lawsuit against Pittsburgh Public Schools and three school authorities, citing alleged violations of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans With Disabilities Act, plus other counts.
PITTSBURGH — A deceased inmate's mother is suing the Jefferson County Jail and county officials -- municipal entities, authorities and staff -- citing alleged denial of adequate medical care; inadequate training or supervision; and screening, negligence and wrongful death.
PITTSBURGH — A shopper is suing Giant Eagle Inc., Police Officer Matthew Coleman and the City of Pittsburgh, citing alleged violations of the Fourth Amendment, Pennsylvania Law Section 1983 False Arrest, Excessive Force, Malicious Prosecution, and ADA/Rehabilitation Act.
PITTSBURGH — Automotive retailers are suing Christopher Gordish, Jason Xenakes, and Day Apollo Inc., d/b/a Day Apollo Subaru, former employees and competitor, citing alleged misappropriation of trade secrets in violation of the Defend Trade Secrets Act; misappropriation of trade secrets under the PUTSA; breach of fiduciary duty; and conversion.
PITTSBURGH — A former student is suing Slippery Rock University, citing alleged failure to uphold Americans with Disabilities Act.
Disability advocates fall short of major hurdle in ADA case against Steak 'n Shake after alleging sloped parking lots
A federal appellate court will allow an expansive Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit to proceed against Steak 'n Shake restaurants, but ruled the case did not yet achieve class action status.