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Club patron sues over falling on wet steps

By Melody Dareing | Apr 6, 2014

A Center City Turf Club is suing the business after falling down steps.Michael Henderson filed the lawsuit Feb. 25 in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas., Philadelphia, on Feb.C. 140202485

Fired administrative coordinator sues Einstein Healthcare Network for FMLA violations

By Jon Campisi | Apr 4, 2014

A former office worker employed by Einstein Healthcare Network is suingthe healthcare company over claims that she was wrongfully fired from her job of nearly two years. attorneys Wayne A. Ely and W

Phila. judge overrules defense objections in spinal fusion med mal case; orders sides to prepare for trial

By Jon Campisi | Apr 4, 2014

Common Pleas Court Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson in an order last month overruled the objections and ordered the defendants to file a response to the plaintiffs’ amended complaint within 20 days

Judge rules for defendant in asbestos case on product identification grounds

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Apr 4, 2014

Robreno granted defendant Viad Corporation’s summary judgment in a March 13 order. By November 2009, the legal battle on summary judgment began.S.“It is undisputed that Mr

Contractor charged with Clean Air Act violations in connection with asbestos removal from Phila. church

By Jon Campisi | Apr 3, 2014

A Montgomery County contractor was charged this week with violating thefederal Clean Air Act for asbestos-related work.Anthony Biello, II, 55, formerly of Ambler, Pa., was charged by the U.S.S.S

Judge dismisses former Phila. mob boss's eyesight suit against U.S. Govt.

By Jon Campisi | Apr 3, 2014

A judge has dismissed a complaint by a former reputed head of thePhiladelphia mob who claimed the government negligently allowed his eyesight to deteriorate while he was in federal custody.S

Feds charge former Phila. L&I official with extortion, conspiracy for steering business for favorable treatment

By Jon Campisi | Apr 3, 2014

A man who worked for more than three decades as a high-up official at Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections has been indicted on extortion and other charges.The U.S

Watts Regulator Co. announces $23 million nationwide class settlement in defective toilet line connector case; Phila. firm served as lead plaintiffs’ counsel

By Jon Campisi | Apr 3, 2014

The Watts Regulator Co.“This class action settlement provides value and peace of mind to members of the Class,” attorney Simon Paris said in a statement. between 1999 and July 2009

Pa. Supreme Court declines to hear Sandusky’s appeal

By Jon Campisi | Apr 3, 2014

In a one-sentence per curiam order issued Wednesday, the high court denied Sandusky’s petition for allowance of appeal, letting stand his conviction and sentence for child sexual abuse.S

Electrolux Home Products remove dryer fire suit to U.S. District Court in Philadelphia

By Jon Campisi | Apr 2, 2014

Attorneys representing North Carolina-based Electrolux Home ProductsInc.Lawyers Cheryl M. Nicolson and Melissa A.S. 6, 2012.Nevertheless, a blaze started in the cabinet of the dryer on Dec

Pa. Superior Court affirms loud music disorderly conduct conviction out of York County

By Jon Campisi | Apr 2, 2014

A state appellate court panel has ruled that a trial judge was correct touphold a disorderly conduct summary offense citation that had been issued to a man who played music in his home too loudly

Two more testosterone gel injury claims emerge Phila.; mass tort creation not ruled out

By Jon Campisi | Apr 2, 2014

Ross Feller Casey last week filed its fourth such suit in two weeks, the latest complaint alleging that Stephen T.Hardwich, of Midlothian, Va.The defendants are Auxilium Pharmaceuticals Inc.C

Judge narrows injunction secured by Cabot Oil & Gas against northern Pa. anti-fracking activist

By Jon Campisi | Apr 1, 2014

Some of the locations covered by the injunction included the grocery store at which Scroggins does her shopping, the homes of some of the woman’s friends and the nearest hospital.ACLU of Pa.C

Phila. man left unconscious after icy fall at mailbox sues U.S. Postal Service

By Jon Campisi | Apr 1, 2014

A Philadelphia man claims in a newly filed civil suit that he was severelyinjured after falling on a patch of ice that had accumulated near a mailbox at a city post office.S. 16th St. Moody

Former radiologic technologist claims age was factor in firing from Shriners Hospital for Children

By Jon Campisi | Apr 1, 2014

Paulette Petri-Mitchell, of Springfield Pa., is suing Shriners Hospital for Children over claims that she was fired in early August 2013 because of her age. 3, 2013 termination.J. attorney Thaddeus P

Former Penn State Pres. files suit seeking to have judge enjoin perjury prosecution

By Jon Campisi | Apr 1, 2014

Spanier’s lawyers, Timothy Lewis and Elizabeth Ainslie, of Philadelphia’s Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, filed suit in U.S.Fina now works for Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams

Suit claims Risperdal caused gynecomastia

By Melody Dareing | Mar 31, 2014

A man is suing a drug company stating the medications caused him harm.Donald L. Furgeson Jr. filed a lawsuit Feb., John & Johnson Co.L.C., Excerpta Medica Inc. and Elsevier Inc. McCormick Jr.C

Widower sues doctor, hospital over wife's death

By Melody Dareing | Mar 31, 2014

A grieving husband is suing those involved with his wife's medical care she received after a skiing accident.Brian Durfy, as administrator of the estate of Ingrid Clark, filed a lawsuit Feb.D. M.D

Mozzarella sticks damaged teeth, suit claims

By Ben Hart | Mar 31, 2014

The administrator of a Philadelphia woman's estate is suing over claims a restaurant's mozzarella sticks damaged the woman's teeth., doing business as Pathmark, citing negligence. Chelten Ave

Student attacked on campus sues Villanova University for negligent supervision

By Jon Campisi | Mar 31, 2014

Beau Dietl filed suit on March 26 at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania over injuries he says he sustained on Sept. Villari, of The Beasley Firm, and lawyer James J

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