An attorney waiting too late to file a discrimination lawsuit against the City of Philadelphia resulted in two men losing their case in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Nov. 19.
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PHILADELPHIA — A construction company is suing Philadelphia city officials, citing breach of contract.
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania has ruled that the City of Philadelphia may have been unjustly enriched by resident’s installation of curbside EV chargers.
PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia police officers have filed a class-action lawsuit against the City of Philadelphia, d/b/a Philadelphia Police Department; Cpl. Karen Church; and John Does Nos. 1-10, city government and officers, citing alleged civil rights violation and civil rights conspiracy.
PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania resident is suing the City of Philadelphia, Lt. Bill, and Joseph Carter et al, municipality of Pennsylvania and police authorities, citing alleged federal civil rights violations.
PHILADELPHIA — An aunt of a decedent minor is suing the City of Philadelphia and Issiar Santa-Torres, government entity and DHS worker, citing an alleged violation of civil rights.
PHILADELPHIA — An individual is suing the Philadelphia Police Department, citing alleged violation of civil rights and federal law.
PHILADELPHIA — Three individuals are suing Philadelphia police officers, citing alleged assault and deliberate intent.
PHILADELPHIA – A man who allegedly sustained a broken arm and ribs while riding in a golf cart on the Juniata Golf Course in North Philadelphia claims the club was negligent in creating the conditions that caused the accident.
PHILADELPHIA -- A City of Philadelphia police officer's lawsuit against the city has been allowed to proceed, though not against the city's police department and only on her hostile work environment claim.
Sidewalk shelters and scaffolding at the center of lawsuit between adjacent property owners in Philly
PHILADELPHIA – Adjacent property owners in Center City, Philadelphia are in legal conflict over the existence and placement of scaffolding and sidewalk shelters, with each side opposed as to the structures’ legality or lack thereof.
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.
PHILADELPHIA – A motorist who was allegedly severely injured when her car fell into a sinkhole in South Philadelphia has sued the entities she believes are responsible for the negligence of maintaining the street where the accident occurred.
PHILADELPHIA – A new complaint filed in state court claims Philadelphia police officers battered a man who had a conflict with a gas station cashier over possession of a pack of cigarettes he purchased, while counsel for the officers say the claims are baseless.
PHILADELPHIA - The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania granted on Aug. 27 Philadelphia's motion to dismiss in a civil rights lawsuit over an alleged "stop-and-frisk" policy.
The City of Philadelphia’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by government employee Vanessa Bines was unsuccessful.
The fighting in Pennsylvania among plaintiffs lawyers working on contingency fees has escalated this summer
PHILADELPHIA – Per the order of a state court judge, a woman’s negligence-related injury complaint filed against the City of Philadelphia and a pair of property owners has been transferred to mandatory arbitration.
PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia man, citing federal rights violations, is suing the city and police officers claiming false arrest that led to his imprisonment.
PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia resident, claiming she tripped and fell on a sidewalk, is seeking more than $75,000 in damages from the U.S. Army, Gaudenzia Inc., the city of Philadelphia and Kerr Building Materials Inc., property operators, citing alleged negligence.