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Souderton bank claims Colorado company owes more than $2 million on loan

By Louie Torres | Apr 19, 2017

PHILADELPHIA - A bank based in Souderton is suing CML RW Security LLC, a Colorado company, citing alleged breach of contract for failing to repay more than $2 million on a loan.S.U.S

Hotel worker says Clarion in Essington terminated employment for asking time off for surgery

By Louie Torres | Apr 13, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — A Chester woman is suing RAMA Construction Company Inc. d/b/a Clarion Hotel and Conference Center, citing alleged violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act.S.U.S

Labor Department brings suit against Bartash Printing, owners for paying allegedly inadequate overtime

By Louie Torres | Apr 14, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Department of Labor is suing Bartash Printing Inc., VQ Management Inc. d/b/a Managed Staffing Inc., Best Staff Inc.Edward C.S. The case is being handled by Oscar L.U.S

Songwriter claims Blind Guardian took elements from his song

By Louie Torres | Mar 30, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — A songwriter is suing Nuclear Blast America Inc., a music label, citing alleged copyright infringement because one of its bands used elements of a song without permission.Joseph W.S.U

Superior Court: Jury must decide questions in 2006 slip-and-fall incident

By Karen Kidd | Apr 7, 2017

HARRISBURG, Pa. "If the jury finds that Maytag was in possession, it then must address whether Appellant satisfies the remaining standards for tort liability, i.e. Eisbacher slipped and fell

Pension de-risking bill seeks to provide ERISA protections to pension funds

By Chandra Lye | Apr 24, 2017

House Bill 324 was introduced by Rep. Warren Kampf and suggests an amendment regarding retirement funds and accounts. He added he has found it is common practice for companies to make such sales. 3

Dancer alleges Cheerleaders Gentlemen's Club club failed to pay proper wages

By Louie Torres | Feb 13, 2017

Nicole Morin filed a complaint, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated Jan. 27 in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania against Mag Enterprises, Inc. U.S

Harsco claims former marketing director breached contract by taking job from competitor

By Louie Torres | Feb 14, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania business is suing its former director of marketing and business communication, citing alleged breach of contract.Harsco Corp. filed a complaint on Jan. 26 in the U.S.U.S

Motorist alleges State Farm failed to pay benefits

By Louie Torres | Feb 15, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — An Orefield motorist is suing State Farm, alleging breach of contract.Michelle Womer filed a complaint Jan. 26 in U.S. She is represented by attorney Thomas R. Yorko of Philadelphia.U

Philadelphia-based Neat Company says logistical distribution business failed to pay for orders

By Louie Torres | Feb 14, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia company that sells document organization systems is suing its logistical distribution services provider, citing alleged breach of contract.The Neat Company, Inc.S.U.S

Third Circuit Court of Appeals allows for subgroups in age-discrimination case

By Dawn Geske | Feb 5, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A decision by the U.S.Under the ADEA, the court found that the claim of disparate impact by a group of employees over the age of 40 was just in the Karlo v

Pa. warranty provider says Georgia home builder breached builder agreement

By Louie Torres | Apr 6, 2017

SCRANTON, Pa. - A Pennsylvania home warranty company is suing Taylor Morrison of Georgia LLC, citing alleged breach of contract.Quality Builders Warranty Corp. filed a complaint March 29 in the U.S.U

Judge orders administrative closing of attorney's online privacy lawsuit against Obama, national intelligence officials

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 10, 2017

On March 16, U.S. Clapper, National Security Agency (NSA) Director Adm. Michael S. Rogers and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James B. Comey.S.Schuchardt took his case to the U.S.S.C.U

Rep. Grove makes push for state commerce court

By Mike Helenthal | Apr 5, 2017

HARRISBURG - A Pennsylvania lawmaker is hoping a newer, streamlined approach to handling corporate litigation will improve the state’s overall business climate.State Rep.”

Woman whose bowel was cut nearly in half during hysterectomy to get new trial, appeals court rules

By Melissa Busch | May 15, 2017

PITTSBURGH — An appeals court granted a new trial to a woman who lost her medical malpractice suit against a surgeon who severed her bowel while performing her hysterectomy. On Jan. On Feb.”

Controversial Philly wage equity bill caught up in court battle

By John Revak | May 11, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia city ordinance designed to rectify pay gaps between men and women won’t take effect as planned this month. “It’s been a real focus. S.B. “It seems to be a real trend.” 

Third Circuit: Repo company didn't violate law even though loan was usurious

By Jamie Kelly | Jun 20, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A U.S.In the case, Goldenstein v. Repossessors Inc. It sent the case back to U.S. “So, the Third Circuit left those issues for the district court to consider on remand.’”

Philadelphia resident accuses North Inc. of discrimination

By The Penn Record | Jun 16, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A nutrition assistant is suing North Inc., a health organization, citing alleged discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.S. violated the Family and Medical Leave Act.U.S

Texas resident accuses trucker, company of negligence

By The Penn Record | Jun 17, 2016

PITTSBURGH — A man from Katy, Texas, is suing Ward Trucking LLC and Ronald H. Whisman, tractor-trailer owner and driver, alleging negligence and insufficient measures taken to prevent injuries.S.U.S

Feds seek to dismiss Second Amendment case involving mentally ill

By Zachary Lewis | Apr 14, 2017

The motion was filed Feb. 28 in the U.S. Donnelly, Bucks County District Attorney Matthew D.S.C. 922(g)(4), it is unlawful for individuals who have been committed to a mental institution to own guns

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