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State AGs united for #MeToo, but changing federal law could be slippery slope

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WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – State attorneys general are united in championing a new cause – abolishing clauses that require sexual harassment claims to be heard in arbitration. But would it set a bad precedent for changing federal law while scoring political points for its supporters?

Philly man says he swallowed razorblade that was in his Chicken McNuggets

PHILADELPHIA – A man who ordered Chicken McNuggets at a Philadelphia McDonald’s restaurant in December 2015 received an added surprise with his order in the form of a razorblade he swallowed, according to the lawsuit he recently filed against the fast food chain.

Delivery drivers and TL Transportation in settlement talks over unpaid-wages suit

PHILADELPHIA — Two delivery drivers who have filed a class action lawsuit for unpaid wages and more against TL Transportation LLC have agreed to settlement talks with the company.

Philly law firm seeks nearly $400K in legal fees from Washington technology company

SEATTLE – A Philadelphia law firm has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington state, pursuing unpaid legal fees of nearly $400,000 incurred over a two-year period from 2012 to 2014.

Woman sues Amazon over allegations of discrimination due to her pregnancy

PHILADELPHIA – An employee of Inc. is suing the company after she claims she was mistreated due to her pregnancy.

Independent Warehouse Inc. sues companies alleging breach of contract after withholding payments

PITTSBURGH – A safety supply distributor is suing a safety supply sales company alleging that it paid for products never received.

Silk City diner facing allegations of copyright infringement over music

PHILADELPHIA -- The owners of a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania diner and bar were recently sued for alleged copyright infringement related to the public playing of certain songs.