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Phila. judge OKs CHOP petition for child's blood transfusion

By Jon Campisi | Nov 19, 2012

Court record show that Abigail L. Flitter, associate general counsel for the hospital, had filed an emergency petition on Nov.On Nov

NuvaRing products liability claim filed in Phila. federal court

By Jon Campisi | Nov 21, 2012

Angela Denise Washington, who resides in Baltimore, filed suit Nov. 19 at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against Organon USA Inc., N.V. Organon, Schering Corp. Inc.S

Former Delco assistant district attorney guilty in hit and run

By Jon Campisi | Nov 25, 2012

Michael Donohue had been accustomed to being on the other side of the courtroom.The Delaware County jury on Nov.The case was prosecuted by Joseph E. 20

Former FJD procurement officer sentenced to 33 months in federal prison

By Jon Campisi | Nov 26, 2012

William Rullo, 47, who was employed for more than two decades for the FJD as a procurement worker, was sentenced Nov. 21 to 33 months behind bars for stealing from his place of employment.S.In an Oct

Trademark infringement claims in MMA promotions case can move forward, judge rules

By Jon Campisi | Nov 26, 2012

The case involves Xtreme Caged Combat, a promotion and training facility that has been in business since April 2009, and which sued Bucks County, Pa.On Aug.S. 20 memorandum and order. v.S

For second time, judge dismisses suit by daughter of deceased EMS victim

By Jon Campisi | Nov 28, 2012

For the second time, a federal judge has dismissed a complaint from a Philadelphia woman that related to the death of her mother at the hands of emergency medical personnel.U.S. O’Neill, Jr., on Nov

Tyler Perry and Lions Gate Entertainment face copyright suit over 'Good Deeds'

By Jon Campisi | Nov 30, 2012

Terri V. Donald, who lists a Philadelphia address, and is a current enlistee in the U.S.The lawsuit, which was filed Nov. 27 at the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia by attorney Simon J

Pfizer faces two products liability claims over Zoloft birth defect allegations

By Jon Campisi | Dec 3, 2012

The two claims were filed by Christine Cho and Dana Nolan.Cho’s child, Alex Cho, was born in late 2004 while Nolan’s son, Shawn Nolan, was born in the summer of 2001.S. 29 by Texas attorney David L

Strasburg, Pa. Railroad Co. and historical museum face personal injury claim

By Jon Campisi | Dec 4, 2012

A Northwestern Pennsylvania woman has filed a personal injury claim against theLancaster County-based Strasburg Railroad Co.Janet King, who resides in Erie, Pa.The complaint, which was filed Nov.C. 

N.J. construction worker sues Pa.-based contracting firms over workplace injuries

By Jon Campisi | Dec 5, 2012

Attorneys Andrew J. Dupont and Priscilla Jimenez, of the Philadelphia-based Locks Law Firm, filed suit Nov.J.-based Madison Concrete Construction, doing business as Madison Construction Co. 

Pa. appeals court panel: State judicial agencies not subject to OOR jurisdiction

By Jon Campisi | Dec 7, 2012

A three-judge Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court panel has affirmed a decision by thestate’s Office of Open Records to deny a Philadelphia man’s request for an autopsy report. 4 decision

J&J, others face products liability claim over injuries from Prolene Mesh device

By Jon Campisi | Dec 10, 2012

Ramona Shelley, of Darby, Pa., has filed suit against Johnson & Johnson, Ethicon Inc. and American Medical Systems Inc.Shelley asserts in her products liability claim, which was filed Dec.S. 

Mechanic sues employer for not doing enough to stop assault

By Jon Campisi | Dec 12, 2012

Kozma Voja and his wife, Vangjeli, filed suit Dec. 7 at state court in Philadelphia against Keystone Vending Cart Co., which is located at 121 E. Wildey Street in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood

Auto repair shop named as defendant in assault and battery complaint

By Jon Campisi | Dec 13, 2012

An auto repair shop customer who claims he was attacked and beaten by employees atthe business two years ago has filed an assault and battery complaint against the Philadelphia garage in state court

Family of man slain by off-duty Phila. cop awarded $4.7 million judgment by jury

By Jon Campisi | Dec 14, 2012

The parents of a young Philadelphia man shot to death by an off-duty city police officerhave been awarded a $4.7 million civil judgment following a jury trial in the federal wrongful death case.S

Michael Izzo, senior partner at Cozen O'Connor, dies at 68

By Jon Campisi | Dec 17, 2012

Michael J. Izzo, Jr., of West Deptford, N.J., died Dec. 9 at Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia from complications related to leukemia.S. District Judge E. The plaintiffs’ award – $60 million

Phila. man sues city, police detective and D.A. over false arrest claims

By Jon Campisi | Dec 19, 2012

Anthony Giordano claims in his federal civil rights action, which was filed Dec. 17 at the U.S. 16, 2010, at about 6:15 in the morning.On Dec.Giordano is being represented by lawyer Holly C. Sciolla

Bucks County Community College faces discriminatory firing complaint

By Jon Campisi | Dec 20, 2012

Kim E. Dixon, of Bensalem, Pa., claims in her civil action, which was filed at the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia on Dec.Dixon is being represented by Bensalem attorney Ari R. 

Judge tosses police brutality case against City of Phila. and officers

By Jon Campisi | Dec 21, 2012

22, 2009.Young was not officially arrested, and was released shortly after being handcuffed and held in the back of a police cruiser, court papers show.In his memorandum and opinion, U.S

Declaratory judgment insurance action must play out in state court, federal judge decides

By Jon Campisi | Dec 26, 2012

A U.S.Judge Michael Baylson agreed with defendants Legends Inc. and Jobin J.The case is grounded in an insurance policy that was issued by Mercury to Legends, a Berks County, Pa. 13.In his Dec.S. Cos

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