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- Federal Court
Philadelphia Mayor Kenney not forced to testify - yet - in former Chief Information Officer's discrimination lawsuit
On July 25, Philadelphia’s former Chief Information Officer was denied his motion to compel Mayor James F. Kenney’s deposition as the ex-worker sues the city for alleged retaliation in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
- State Court
Merion Station residents settle litigation with Comcast over alleged security system installation that led to robbery
PHILADELPHIA – Litigation between a Merion Station property owner who credited its robbery to an improperly-installed security system and the party allegedly responsible, Comcast, has been settled according to court records.
Counsel for Cablenet Services may be allowed to withdraw from pending negligence action at future hearing
PHILADELPHIA – A rule returnable meeting has been scheduled for mid-May to determine if counsel for Cablenet Services will be allowed to withdraw their appearance, in the case of a plaintiff said to be injured by alleged negligently-maintained cable wires in Philadelphia’s Old City neighborhood.
PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff allegedly injured on a Philadelphia street by walking into a hole is pursuing legal damages against the city, state, and a number of other businesses, including Comcast.
Settlement talks to get serious in case of Comcast technician supposedly causing fire, $100K in damages to couple's home
PHILADELPHIA – The case of a Philadelphia couple who claimed they suffered more than $100,000 in fire damage to their due to the negligence of a Comcast technician will head to settlement conference this autumn, prior to the case heading to trial next winter.
Comcast's negligence in maintaining cable wires caused plaintiff's injuries, suit says; Verizon claims no connection
PHILADELPHIA – According to recently-filed litigation, negligence exhibited by Comcast, Verizon and the City of Philadelphia through the improper securing and maintenance of cable wires on a property in Philadelphia’s Old City neighborhood, led one plaintiff to be injured.
Litigation over Comcast technician who allegedly caused $100K of fire damage to residence to see settlement conference in fall
PHILADELPHIA – The case of a Philadelphia couple who claimed they suffered more than $100,000 in fire damage to their marital residence due to the alleged negligence of a Comcast technician, has been scheduled for a settlement conference this autumn, prior to the case heading to trial next winter.
Elliott Greenleaf law firm seeking $150K+ in legal fees from former Comcast General Counsel Terry Bienstock
PHILADELPHIA – A Montgomery County law firm is pursuing the recovery of more than $150,000 in counsel and other fees from the current chief executive officer of Mobilactive and the one-time executive vice-president and general counsel of Comcast Corporation.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman is suing her employer, Comcast Cable Communications Management LLC, alleging she was denied of promotion opportunity because of her gender and race.