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Graham Engineering Corp. alleges ProSystems breached contract

HARRISBURG – A York corporation alleges that it has been damaged by the actions of a Rhode Island company.

Consumer alleges inaccurate information from LVNV Funding on credit report caused damage

HARRISBURG – A Jonestown consumer alleges incorrect information is being reported on her credit reports.

Mike Bevilacqua Sheet Metal Inc. alleged to owe more than $90,000 to trust funds

HARRISBURG – A Scranton employer is alleged to have failed to pay contributions to several trust funds.

Susquehanna Auto Inc. alleges Columbia individual is using infringing mark for business

HARRISBURG – A Wrightsville Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram sales and service dealer alleges a Columbia individual is using a similar mark for his business.

Toltecos Inc. alleged to have failed to pay employee minimum, overtime wages

HARRISBURG – A Mexican citizen formerly employed by a York restaurant alleges he is owed unpaid wages.

New Prime Inc. alleges it incurred more than $150,000 in damages from I-78 collision

HARRISBURG – A Springfield, Missouri transportation company has filed suit against multiple entities over damages it alleges it sustained as a result of a collision on Interstate 78.

Transmission in Nissan vehicle is defective, consumer claims

HARRISBURG – A Chambersburg man alleges he would not have purchased a vehicle if had known the transmission was defective.

SS Nile Bottle Stoppers alleged to have infringed Honesdale company's marks

SCRANTON – A Honesdale business alleges a Newville limited liability company and individual are infringing its marks.

Chase Bank USA alleged to have invaded Scranton woman's privacy with calls

HARRISBURG – A Scranton woman alleges a financial institution invaded her privacy with its calls.

Consume files suit against Assured RX over alleged illegal telemarketing

WILLIAMSPORT – A seller of pain relief creams is alleged to have engaged in illegal telemarketing.

Norfolk Southern Corp. employee alleges brake shoe caused fall, fractured wrist

HARRISBURG – An Ohio man alleges he was injured at a Pennsylvania rail yard because of a fall.

Man alleges Travelers Insurance Co. should provide coverage for damages he caused to utility lines

HARRISBURG – A Matamoras man is seeking indemnification from his insurance company after he damaged utility lines with an excavator at his home.

State Farm Fire & Casualty alleges Topbuilder Corp., others' negligence caused fire

HARRISBURG – An insurance company is seeking more than $250,000 in damages over a fire at a Hanover property allegedly caused by the improper installation of insulation.

Navient says it is the victim of a pointless, copycat lawsuit from Pennsylvania's AG

HARRISBURG – Student loan provider Navient has filed a motion to dismiss a federal lawsuit brought by the state of Pennsylvania, calling it a copycat lawsuit that is "pointless" and legally deficient.

Consumer claims Equifax, NRA Group are reporting inaccurate information on credit report

HARRISBURG – A Missouri man alleges inaccurate information is listed on his credit report.

Man alleges York County Prison Board, others interfered with FMLA rights

HARRISBURG – A York County man formerly employed as a deputy warden alleges he was constructively terminated after returning from a medical leave.

Man alleges Life Insurance Co. of North America unlawfully terminated long-term disability benefits

SCRANTON – A Harveys Lake Borough man alleges his claim for disability benefits was wrongfully terminated.

Mifflin County agrees to pay $100K to mother who says she was wrongly accused of child abuse

HARRISBURG – A mother who alleged she was falsely accused of abusing her minor child has reached a settlement with Mifflin County and other individuals.

Class action filed against FedLoan Servicing over alleged mismanagement of student loans

HARRISBURG – A Washington, D.C. woman alleges she has suffered financial harm because of the mismanagement of her student loans.

Former Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency employee files discrimination complaint

HARRISBURG – A Harrisburg woman has filed a suit alleging she was discriminated against by her employer because of her age and disabilities.