HARRISBURG – A January 2017 Philadelphia horse race which ended with a narrow victory from the winner did not violate State Horse Race Commission rules, per a recent decision the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.
SCRANTON — A consumer is suing Global Credit & Collection Corp., 10 unnamed individuals and three unnamed companies, claiming the defendants failed to give notice of their collection activities.
U.S. Steel says it owes nothing to Allegheny Co. plaintiffs suing over alleged pollution at Clairton plant
PITTSBURGH – U.S. Steel is defending itself against a class action lawsuit alleging pollution from its Clairton Coke Works plant, denying it has made any nearby resident sick or diminished anyone's property value.
HARRISBURG — Pets Global Inc. is suing freight forwarders M2 Logistics Inc. and Habil Transportation LLC, citing alleged breach of contract.
Firefighters owe $127K to siren companies they sued over hearing loss; For 20 years, they'd had their hearing screened
PHILADELPHIA – Due to a perceived pattern of improper investigation and dismissals, a federal appeals court has upheld the payment of more than $127,000 in legal fees from Washington, D.C., firefighters who claimed hearing loss from exposure to the sirens on their fire trucks, to the manufacturers of those same devices.
PHILADELPHIA – Fresh off a controversial eight-year project that was criticized even after its passage, an influential group that advises judges on the law is seemingly about to do it all again.
NEW CASTLE — Lawrence County is suing several physicians and pharmaceutical companies, citing alleged violation of the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act, as well as fraud, unjust enrichment, negligence, negligent misrepresentation and causing a public nuisance.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman alleges she slipped and fell outside a South Philadelphia McDonald’s and has now sued the fast food titan, saying she suffered injuries to her limbs, spine and post-traumatic stress disorder.
A dissident emerges in Pennsylvania's opioid litigation: Lehigh Co. claims its case has been highjacked
The fight for control of Pennsylvania’s opioid litigation is not over, as Lehigh County is not happy that its case has been grouped in with more than 30 others and that lawyers it previously rejected have been tasked with overseeing the proceedings.
MEDIA — A customer is suing department store operators Kmart Corp., Sears Holding Corp. and Kmart Clifton Heights #7293, claiming insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.
PHILADELPHIA — An airline passenger is suing American Airlines Group Inc. and other airport operators, alleging that insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries at the American Airlines terminal at Philadelphia International Airport.
PHILADELPHIA — A pharmaceutical products distributor is suing SpeedyRx LLC, Bentzion Salamon and Solomon Endzweig, citing alleged breach of a credit and guaranty agreement.
PITTSBURGH — A VIP service coordinator is suing Rivers Casino, citing alleged sex discrimination.
PHILADELPHIA — A group of consumers filed a class-action lawsuit against ICOT Hearing Systems LLC, which does business as ListenClear, and 10 unnamed individuals, alleging that the defendants invaded their privacy.
PITTSBURGH — Two parents are leading a class-action lawsuit filed against the U.S. Soccer Federation Inc. and the U.S. Youth Soccer Association Inc., claiming the defendants failed to exercise reasonable care for the safety of minor soccer players.
An individual is suing Trans Union LLC, Experian Information Solutions Inc. and Contract Callers Inc. for alleged defamation of character.
An individual is suing Trans Union LLC, Experian Information Solutions Inc., Equifax Information Services LLC and several other entities for allegedly including false, misleading and/or incomplete information on his credit report.
A woman who claims that she was injured after falling at a L.A. Fitness in Huntingdon Valley in 2013 cannot prevail in her lawsuit because she signed a membership agreement that included a release and waiver and her "issues on appeal lack merit," according to a recent decision filed in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.
An individual is suing Trans Union LLC, citing alleged inaccurate reporting.
PHILADELPHIA – A Wisconsin-based furniture dealer has launched legal action against a local furniture store, seeking to recover more than $4,000 it says it is owed per the terms of a purchase agreement between the parties.