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Federal judge dismisses claim against Sandusky, labels plaintiff 'serial filer of frivolous lawsuits'

By Jon Campisi | Jul 11, 2012

”In a July 6 order, U.S. District Judge William M. Conley, of the Western District of Wisconsin, dismissed the suit that had been filed in late June by a man calling himself Jonathan Bollinger

Charter school CEO sues Phila. Daily News and reporter for defamation

By Jon Campisi | Jul 12, 2012

Philadelphia attorney Adrian J. Moody, of the firm Moody, Shields, Mincey & Fitzpatrick, filed the complaint July 6 at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas on behalf of city resident John Craig

Former Billy & The Essentials 'doo-wop' front man sues over copyright infringement

By Jon Campisi | Jul 16, 2012

The copyright infringement suit was filed by Philadelphia attorney Simon Rosen July 11 at the federal court in Philadelphia on behalf of William V. Carlucci, of Media, Pa.Y. 

Arsonist who claimed his non-arrest caused him to burn down own home has complaint dismissed

By Jon Campisi | Jul 18, 2012

U.S. District Judge A. Richard Caputo, sitting in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, adopted a report and recommendation by Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson that recommended Todd D.S

Driver whose vehicle flipped when axle broke files product liability claim against Ford Motor Co.

By Jon Campisi | Jul 19, 2012

A suburban Philadelphia man who claims he sustained numerous bodily injuries after hismini van flipped on a local highway has filed a product liability complaint against the vehicle’s manufacturer.

Job Corps worker cites racism in treatment and firing

By The Penn Record | May 21, 2015

A Pennsylvania resident brought allegations against her employer and three staffers alleging violation of employment law in 2013. Shavon Green sued Management & Training Corp.S. U.S

Worker cites Whole Foods with alleged discrimination

By Carol Ostrow | May 25, 2015

A Philadelphia resident sued a large national supermarket company alleging civil rights violations. Milija Stojancic sued Whole Foods Market, Inc. of Austin, Texas, in the U.S. U.S

Pregnant bartender avers wrongful termination

By Carol Ostrow | May 28, 2015

A Folsom woman brought allegations against her former employers alleging civil rights violation in 2013. Katherine Owen sued St. James Place Restaurant Group LLC and St.S. U.S

Couple cites driver, car owner in rear-end collision

By The Penn Record | May 28, 2015

A North Carolina couple has sued a Pennsylvania duo, alleging violation of traffic law. Sandra H. Laine and Ashton W.S. U.S

Junk removal business alleges copyright infringement by franchisee

By Carol Ostrow | May 29, 2015

A Pennsylvania junk removal business has sued a Texas man, alleging breach of contract and resultant copyright infringement. J Dog Franchises filed a lawsuit May 18 against Louis Vaughn Jr.S.U.S

Former detainee sues correctional facility for allegedly causing Legionnaires outbreak

By Kasey Schefflin-Emrich | Jun 24, 2015

Raymond Bernard filed a lawsuit June 17 in the U.S. The plaintiff is represented by attorney Elmer Robert Keach, III of the Law Offices of Elmer Robert Keach, III, PC in Albany, N.Y.C. U.S

Former table games dealer alleges he was fired due to age

By Kasey Schefflin-Emrich | Jun 23, 2015

A Bethel Park man is suing a racetrack/casino business, alleging he was the victim of age discrimination. Ellis Allen filed a lawsuit June 18 in U.S., alleging age discrimination. Cordes of Samuel J

Employee sues nursing facility, alleges FMLA violation

By Kasey Schefflin-Emrich | Jun 24, 2015

PHILADELPHIA - A resident of Wilmington, Del., has brought allegations against her former employer claiming violation of employment law in late 2014. Rhea Holloman filed a lawsuit June 10 in the U.S

Former employee challenges his firing by Hanover Township

By Kasey Schefflin-Emrich | Jun 25, 2015

A former Hanover Township employee is suing the township and five of its policymakers, alleging he was terminated without reason.Albert Broody filed a lawsuit June 19 in the U.S. Tunis Jr.U.S

Court could sanction witness for missing depositions

By Nicholas Malfitano | Jun 25, 2015

PHILADELPHIA – A hearing taking place on Thursday may result in sanctions for a witness in a motor vehicle accident lawsuit who missed three deposition appearances over a five-month span. 6, Nov.com

Prisoner cites deliberate indifference to medical needs

By Carol Ostrow | Jun 3, 2015

An Allegheny County man brought allegations against a prison warden and several staff, alleging civil law infringement in 2013. Michael K.S. U.S

Tractor-trailer owner sues towing outfit for return of property

By Carol Ostrow | Jun 9, 2015

A corporation brought allegations against a trucking firm requesting replevin for property allegedly seized in 2015. New Prime Inc. d/b/a Prime Inc. of Springfield, Mo.S.25 and $38,613.00. U.S

Former Mikmar Group drivers file class-action suit over unpaid overtime claims

By Annie Hunt | Apr 4, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – Former employees of the Mikmar Group are filing a class-action suit against the company, seeking damages for alleged failure to pay overtime compensation. 29 in the U.S. U.S

Woman sues company for allegedly firing her for having had a heart attack

By Annie Hunt | Apr 5, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A woman who worked as a warehouse manager is suing her former employer over allegations that she was unlawfully fired for her heart condition.S. and William F. 6, 2012, until Aug. U

Man sues two companies over alleged slip-and-fall injuries

By Annie Hunt | Apr 5, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A man is suing two companies for injuries allegedly sustained in a slip-and-fall accident. Freddie Mitchell filed a lawsuit on March 28 in the U.S.T. Sweeney & Son Inc.T. U

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