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Albert Einstein Medical Center faces wrongful death claim by parents of deceased newborn baby girl

By Jon Campisi | Jul 23, 2012

Philadelphia attorney Michael A. Cancelliere, Jr.The two are suing on behalf of their deceased daughter, Madison Anthony. 8, 2010, for treatment of pregnancy complications.m. on Dec. 9

Patrol car crash leads to personal injury claim against Phila. Police Dept. and officer

By Jon Campisi | Jul 25, 2012

Philadelphia attorney Anthony R. Giannone, of the firm Lashner Parker & Giannone, filed the civil action July 23 at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas on behalf of James Grimes. 

Pa. district judge suspended without pay for one month

By Jon Campisi | Jul 27, 2012

A magisterial district judge from Chester County has been suspended from her postwithout pay for a period of one month. Arnold will begin her suspension on Aug. 1. 31, 2014. Solomon, Jr

Commonwealth Court affirms Phila. judge's decision denying Nutter schedule to newspaper reporter

By Jon Campisi | Jul 27, 2012

A majority Commonwealth Court panel has affirmed a Philadelphia trial court’s decisionthat granted an appeal from the City of Philadelphia in a case involving what constitutes public records. Covey. 

NBA player files fraud suit against Phila. investment co.

By Jon Campisi | Jul 31, 2012

Kyle Lowry, who resides in Texas but has a home and relatives in suburban Philadelphia, claims in his lawsuit that Two Affix defrauded him out his investment in the company. Markovich and Christian C

Two of nine criminal charges dismissed against Pa. Supreme Court Justice Orie Melvin

By Jon Campisi | Aug 2, 2012

The dismissed charges, one count of official oppression and another of criminal solicitation-tampering with/fabricating evidence, are both misdemeanors. Hanley, Jr. firm Myers Brier & Kelly LLP

Phila. University sued by N.J. man who sustained foot fracture from fall on defective classroom flooring

By Jon Campisi | Aug 3, 2012

A New Jersey man claims in a civil filing that he sustained a fractured foot and otherbodily injuries after he tripped and fell on defective flooring at Philadelphia University two years ago.J. 

Mesothelioma victim from western Pa. files asbestos mass tort claim in Phila. court

By Jon Campisi | Aug 6, 2012

Attorney Steven J. Cooperstein, of the firm Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown and Sandler, filed the civil action late last week on behalf of Charles Klingensmith, who resides in Salina, Pa., Asbestos Corp

Two Phila. attorneys sued by city resident

By Jon Campisi | Aug 7, 2012

Jessica McKay, who resides in Philadelphia’s Fishtown section, is suing local attorneys Thomas D. Kenny and Michael Kotik, as well as their firm, the Law Office of Thomas D. Kenny P.C. Mulvihill, Jr

Parents of man killed in car crash alongside 'Jackass' star Ryan Dunn sues bar and Dunn's estate

By Jon Campisi | Aug 9, 2012

The parents of deceased Jackass star Ryan Dunn’s passenger, who was killed along withDunn when the vehicle occupied by the two men crashed in Chester County, Pa. Hartwell. Zervanos and Jeffrey P. 

Judge overseeing Avandia claims at federal court tosses two cases in MDL docket

By Jon Campisi | Aug 10, 2012

The pharmaceutical company had sought summary judgment in the two cases because they were allegedly barred by the applicable statute of limitations. 14, 2007.In an Aug.S. District Judge Cynthia M

McDonald's sued by Pa. man who cut hand on collectible Coke glass; Suit accuses defendants of not including instructions

By Jon Campisi | Aug 15, 2012

A Pennsylvania man is suing McDonald’s Corp.Newtown, Pa. attorney Brandon Swartz, of the firm Swartz Culleton, filed the product liability complaint Aug. 14 at the U.S.A jury trial has been demanded

Calif. telecommunications co. sues Phila.-based companies for failure to return equipment

By Jon Campisi | Aug 16, 2012

San Diego-based NeXXCom Wireless LLC claims in its civil action, filed Aug. 13 at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas by attorneys Walter Weir, Jr. and Patrick T. The case ID number is 120801159. 

Phila.'s Walking Fish Theater named in personal injury suit by patron who fell down stairs

By Jon Campisi | Aug 16, 2012

Dawn R. Barrett, who resides in Philadelphia’s East Falls neighborhood, is suing Walking Fish Theater and its owners for the injuries she allegedly suffered back on Jan. 14 by attorney Adam S. 

Justice Dept. announces settlement agreement in racial bias case involving Northeast Phila. day camp and Pa. swim club

By Jon Campisi | Aug 20, 2012

The legal saga between a since-shuttered suburban Philadelphia swim club and a city-based children’s day camp has seemingly come to an end, with the announcement that the U.S.In the release, Thomas E

FJD lawyers file contempt petition against former Pa. Justice Newman relating to legal malpractice case

By Jon Campisi | Aug 22, 2012

Attorney Richard A. Sprague filed the contempt petition earlier this month against Sandra Schultz Newman and her lawyer, Gene Cohen.Newman’s son, Jonathan, also formerly worked for Obermayer Rebmann

Pa. law professor sues FBI, Justice Dept. over botched FOIA request pertaining to Supreme Court Justice Fortas' resignation

By Jon Campisi | Aug 24, 2012

S. Supreme Court associate justice back in 1969.Tuan Samahon, a tenured professor of law at Villanova Law School in suburban Philadelphia, filed his civil action Aug. 22 at the U.S.

Pa. Supreme Court schedules hearing for appeal in Voter ID case

By Jon Campisi | Aug 24, 2012

In an Aug. 13.The order further requires the appellants to file their brief by Aug. 30, and the appellees to file their brief by Sept. 7.The appeal relates to Applewhite, V. et al v.   

U.S. Labor Secretary sues Phila. firm Harvey Pennington for ERISA violations

By Jon Campisi | Aug 27, 2012

U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda L.The complaint, which was filed Aug. 22 at the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia by Solicitor of Labor M. The federal case number is 2:12-cv-04813-MSG.

Pa. Supreme Court to air Voter ID appeal session on live TV

By Jon Campisi | Aug 29, 2012

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court announced this week that its Sept.m. on the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN).Cameras are still prohibited in the state’s trial courts.The Sept

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