PITTSBURGH — A Mississippi couple are suing Performance Pipeline Services LLC and B-Dal Holdings LLC, job site controllers, citing alleged negligence.
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PITTSBURGH — A myotonic dystrophy patient is suing the Social Security Administration and Nancy A. Berryhill, federal agency and deputy commissioner, citing an alleged violation of Equal Protection By Exclusion From SSI Benefits and violation of Right to Travel.
PITTSBURGH — An insurance company has filed a class action lawsuit against Career Advantage of Mahoning Valley Inc. and related entities, citing alleged conversion and violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
PITTSBURGH — An African-American woman is suing Rand Corp., her employer, citing an alleged violation of the Equal Pay Act and gender and racial discrimination.
PITTSBURGH — A fraternity member is suing Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity Inc., Alpha Epsilon Pi - Alpha Kappa Chapter, and Charles Poe, fraternity organizations and master, citing alleged breach of contract and negligent infliction of emotional distress.
PITTSBURGH — Global Six Sigma and its director are suing Craig J. Setter, The Revocable Living Trust of Crag J. Setter, The Revocable Living Trust of Lauren M. Setter, Harmony Living LLC, Center for Corporate Advancement Group LLC, Aveta Ltd., and Carnegie Foundation LLC, citing alleged defamation and violations of the Lanham Act.
PITTSBURGH— The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania on March 26 granted Walmart's motion to dismiss certain testimony and evidence in a negligence case after a child was allegedly injured by an employee's cart.
PITTSBURGH — The Healthy Minds Academy is suing Albert Schweitzer Fellowship-Pittsburgh, citing alleged misappropriation of and idea and trademark infringement.
Judge allows Westmoreland General, blamed for child's brain injury, to conduct genetic testing as part of defense
PITTSBURGH - The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania ruled on May 22 that a minor can be genetically tested to find out whether a brain injury may be connected to his family history and environment.
PITTSBURGH — A federal magistrate judge has ordered the failed high-bidder for a hotel in Westmoreland County into arbitration earlier to resolve differences over that failed bid.
A client of Davison Design & Development Inc. is asking the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania to uphold an arbitration award in her favor, according to a motion filed on April 27.
An employee has filed a class-action lawsuit against Capex Oilfield Services Inc. for allegedly failing to properly compensate him.
PITTSBURGH – A Fair Oaks resident claims that a Florida debt collector is unlawfully calling him.
PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh company is alleged to have failed to pay employees for all hours worked.
PITTSBURGH – A man formerly employed as a solid waste technician alleges that he was not paid overtime wages during his employment.
PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh individual alleges that his privacy was invaded by collection calls.
An Erie man alleges his former janitorial services employer owes him unpaid wages.
PITTSBURGH – A Wilmerding corporation alleges that a Georgia company has infringed on its patents.
PITTSBURGH – A stockholder of U.S. Steel Corp. alleges that its directors breached their fiduciary duty and violated securities laws.