SCRANTON — A clothing company is suing Low Tide Group and James Barchiesi, citing alleged breach of contract, trademark infringement and unjust enrichment.
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The pharmacy chains are granted more time to respond to claims alleging false and misleading statements were made during a failed merger in 2016,
Woman's lawsuit says shirt caught fire when she walked past a propane heater; Companies deny liability
SCRANTON — A New Jersey-based clothing distributor is defending itself against a counter-claim by JC Penney over who is liable for burns suffered by a Luzerne County woman when the nightshirt she was wearing caught fire in 2015.
SCRANTON — A park guest is suing Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark and Camelback Resort LLC, claiming that the defendants did not take sufficient measures to prevent injuries at their facility.
SCRANTON — State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. is suing IDC Management Co., which does business as M&M Services, citing alleged negligence.
SCRANTON — A New York couple is suing Happy Trails Stables, claiming that insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries at the defendant's facility.
Class action plaintiffs suing Montgomery McCracken for $619M attempting a second bite at the apple, firm argues
SCRANTON – A law firm facing a $619 million legal malpractice lawsuit in Pennsylvania federal court wants the case dismissed for failure to state a claim and other causes or alternatively, transferred to federal court in New York.
SCRANTON — A non-profit organization is suing Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, citing alleged breach of duty, contract clause violation and unconstitutional taking.
HARRISBURG — Pets Global Inc. is suing freight forwarders M2 Logistics Inc. and Habil Transportation LLC, citing alleged breach of contract.
SCRANTON — A Securities and Exchange Commission complaint claims a Bellefonte insurance salesman is guilty of fraud and unjust enrichment.
HARRISBURG — Three guardians of children with physical disabilities filed a class-action lawsuit against Pennsylvania Secretary of Human Services Teresa Miller, citing alleged Medicaid violations.
HARRISBURG — A surviving spouse is suing Select Medical Corp. and other healthcare providers, claiming that insufficient measures were taken to prevent infection and death.
WILKES-BARRE — A mother and daughter are suing Arrowhead Lake Community Association, claiming that insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's attempt to balance a budget under last fall's Act 44 by taking $200 million from a state-created entity that provides malpractice insurance is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled on May 17.
A federal judge is considering a settlement between environmental advocate Sierra Club and Talen Energy over the company's Brunner Island power plant in York County at which it has agreed to end coal burning.
SCRANTON — A police officer is suing the City of Nanticoke for alleged violation of employment laws.
Wells Fargo, Wells Fargo Advisors and broker George Venizelos have asked the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania to send a fee agreement dispute to arbitration, according to a motion filed on March 1.
Geisinger Medical Center accused of discriminating against employee because of her alleged disability
A individual is suing Geisinger Medical Center and Geisinger Health System for alleged disability discrimination and retaliation.
An individual is suing Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Tyco Electronics Corporation and Tyco Electronics Long Term Disability Plan, citing alleged wrongful termination of long-term disability benefits.
Judge denies Golden Living Center-Stroud’s motion to dismiss punitive damages in wrongful death suit
HARRISBURG — Golden Living Center-Stroud’s motion to dismiss punitive damages in a wrongful death lawsuit has been rejected by a federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.