PHILADELPHIA — A federal judge who last month ordered a sexual harassment lawsuit against a Maryland-based talent agency into arbitration admitted he was troubled by his seemingly inevitable decision in the case.
HARRISBURG — The negligence case of a driver injured at a Texas-based motor fuels company's facility in Chester County is on its way back to a Philadelphia court following a state superior court's ruling last month.
PHILADELPHIA — A New York-based pharmaceutical giant will have to answer allegations that it underpaid rebates for almost a decade to state Medicaid programs following a federal judge's decision last month to not dismiss the case.
PHILADELPHIA — A personal injury case against Dolgencorp, parent company of Dollar General retail stores, is on its way back to a Pennsylvania state court after a federal judge ruled last month that the company's attempt to remove the case to U.S. district court took too long.
MEDIA — An attorney is suing Lemanowicz LLP and Richard J. Lemanowicz, law firm and owner, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
PHILADELPHIA — A liability insurer is suing Al-Kaz Inc., a contractor, citing alleged breach of contract and breach of warranty.
PHILADELPHIA — A shop supervisor has filed a class action lawsuit against PA Office and Closet System Inc., a former employer, citing alleged discriminatory and retaliatory employment practices.
PITTSBURGH — A worker is suing Stanley Black & Decker Inc., an industrial tool manufacturer, citing alleged negligence.
PITTSBURGH — A consumer with a disability has filed a class action lawsuit against Dollar General Corp., citing alleged disability discrimination.
PHILADELPHIA – Norfolk Southern Railway Company’s alleged negligence under the Federal Employers Liability Act in providing an unsafe work environment and causing one of its former employees to contract lung cancer is at the center of a recent lawsuit in Philadelphia court, one which it says lacks proper jurisdiction.
PHILADELPHIA – A Conshohocken woman allegedly injured outside a pub in King of Prussia is filing suit to recover costs for her injuries, though debate has ensued about the propriety of the case’s choice of venue.
HARRISBURG – A pair of lobbyist organizations connected to plaintiffs law firm Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano and which sought to defeat Workers' Compensation reform bills were recently found to have violated the state’s Lobbying Disclosure Law and fined by the Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission.
A federal court jury awarded a $1.56 million verdict to Dan Felix of Cambria County on Tuesday, Dec. 4, after Bordas & Bordas attorney Doug Olcott secured a breach of contract judgment against American National Property and Casualty.
U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA: Former Owner of Mortgage Company Ordered to Pay over $11.5 Million in Restitution and Forfeiture for His Role in Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme
U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain announced that David Fili, Jr., 48, of Drexel Hill, PA, was sentenced by United States District Judge Joel H. Slomsky to one day in jail and five years of supervised release, with the first 18 months of supervised release to be served on home confinement.
PHILADELPHIA – The spouse of a former electrician for Amtrak argues his death from colon cancer was the result of completing his work duties for Amtrak in an unsafe environment.
Case management conference this week in case of Starbucks that allegedly leaked water into law firm's basement
PHILADELPHIA – A case management conference has been rescheduled for litigation involving a law firm that claimed the Starbucks coffee shop located in its building was responsible for a flood of water that damaged its basement storage room.
A man’s claims that a company violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act when it shared his criminal record with a potential employer, Uber, didn’t hold up in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania as it dismissed the case.
MEDIA — A Ridley Park resident is suing manufacturing companies, citing alleged negligence and product liability.
PHILADELPHIA — Parents are suing Eddie Pagan and Jay Splain, Pennsylvania state troopers, alleging wrongful death.
PHILADELPHIA — A personal representative of the estate of Raymond Subers, deceased, is suing a manufacturing company, citing alleged design defect and strict liability.