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Law firm looking for contingent fee settlement funds from clients

By Nicholas Malfitano | Feb 5, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – Plaintiff counsel in a motor vehicle accident insurance case are seeking settlement funds supposedly due them, through a contingent fee agreement associated with the action. Marc I. 3

Worker alleges Arborlea, Keystone Tree violated ADA

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 8, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A Quakertown worker is suing a tree business, alleging violation of the ADA . Dennis Cleary filed a complaint on Jan. 27 in the U.S. He also sought worker's compensation. U.S

Musicians accuse Via Marconi's of copyright infringement

By Annie Hunt | Feb 19, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A group of music producers is suing Via Marconi’s Smokehouse Tavern, alleging copyright infringement. Broadcast Music Inc., Unichappell Music Inc. 12 in U.S. U.S

Confidential information dispute leads to court action

By Travis Zuellig | Mar 17, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — The principal employee of a consulting business is suing an Iowa company, seeking permanent injunctive relief surrounding the alleged unlawful taking of confidential information.S.S

Chamberlain's former coach alleges production companies fraudulently used film

By Annie Hunt | Feb 19, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — The former coach of Wilt Chamberlain is suing Celebrity Home Entertainment and Eye Film Releasing Inc. Cecil Mosenson filed a lawsuit Dec. 9 in U.S., Eye Film Releasing Inc.S. U

Premises liability suit between Philly woman and Chadds Ford apartment complex is settled

By Nicholas Malfitano | Feb 23, 2016

A filing docketed Tuesday by Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas Judge John M. Younge showed the case as being settled, discontinued and ended. Terms of the final settlement were not disclosed

City believes defendant is liable for nearly $100K judgment in hair salon premises liability action

By Nicholas Malfitano | Feb 23, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – The City of Philadelphia believes a premises liability co-defendant is both liable for a judgment of nearly $100,000, and subject to additional sanctions.00 of counsel fees.com

Chicken restaurant owner ordered to appear in sanction hearing for slip-and-fall suit

By Nicholas Malfitano | Feb 23, 2016

Drew Salaman filed a motion for sanctions on Nov. 30, due to defendant Aziz U. Salaman sought Rahman be subject to a daily fine of $100.00 of counsel fees. On Sept. Rodgers in Philadelphia.com

Water treatment company alleges Chemtrade violated federal antitrust laws

By Annie Hunt | Feb 19, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A water systems company is suing  New Jersey business, alleging fraudulent concealment of misconduct in violation of federal antitrust laws. 11, in U.S. As early as Jan. U.S

Man's lawsuit claiming he was served food with shards of broken plate at Longhorn moved to federal court

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 14, 2017

J. removed to federal court.Defense counsel Louis Hockman filed a notice of removal on March 21 in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, on behalf of defendants Darden Restaurants, Inc.J.S.J

Amtrak defends self from lawsuit brought by conductor in fatal 2015 wreck

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 19, 2017

PHILADELPHIA - Sued by an engineer whose part in a fatal derailment remains a question, Amtrak is attempting to turn the blame on the man. The company also filed a counter-claim against Bostian.com

Man's lawsuit alleging maiming by meat mixer removed to federal court

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 12, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – The manufacturers of a commercial meat mixer that a Philadelphia man says maimed him on the job last year want a lawsuit filed against them removed to federal court. of St. Louis.S.C

Townhome community says neighboring development's drainage system flows onto their land

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 13, 2017

Maple Leaf Village, Inc. filed suit on March 21 in the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas, against Eileen Hatala of Old Forge, Leonard Hatala and Constance Hatala of Vero Beach, Fla.com

Sexual harassment case against Ika-Works settled

By Chandra Lye | Apr 24, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — A woman alleging workplace discrimination settled her lawsuit in January, one month after the U.S. Terms of the settlement are not disclosed in court records

Company owner accuses insurers of breaching contract

By The Penn Record | Jun 17, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A company owner is suing Liberty Bankers Life Insurance Company, its CEO Bradford Phillips, and Continental Life Insurance Company, citing alleged breach of contract.Walter H.S.U.S

Interstate rail carrier accuses company of breach of contract

By The Penn Record | Jun 15, 2016

HARRISBURG — An interstate rail carrier is suing Rail Car Investors II LP, a railcar owner, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.CSX Transportation Inc.S.U.S

Pittsburgh company Jenmar claims Precision Mine Repair owes it nearly $80,000

By Louie Torres | Apr 19, 2017

PITTSBURGH - A Pittsburgh company is suing Precision Mine Repair Inc., of Illinois, citing alleged breach of contract for outstanding invoices for products it delivered., filed a complaint on Dec

B. Braun Medical sued over allegedly infringing pharmaceutical patent

By Louie Torres | Apr 19, 2017

PHILADELPHIA - A company is suing B. Braun Medical Inc., a Pennsylvania drug company, citing alleged patent infringement in marketing a pharmaceutical product.S. The plaintiffs hold B.U.S

Two employees allege home care and hospice service failed to pay overtime

By Louie Torres | Apr 19, 2017

Lavette Cooper and Ivory Cooper filed a complaint on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated on April 6 in the U.S.They are represented by Marc P. Weingarten and Andrew P.U.S

Complaint claims Elite Chimney Solutions used automated dialer for solicitation

By Louie Torres | Apr 19, 2017

PHILADELPHIA - A man is suing Elite Chimney Solutions Inc., CEO Denise L. Rivera and dozens of unnamed individuals with the company, citing alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.Andrew R

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