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Pa. Superior Court panel affirms Phila. judge's discontinuance of toxic tort dental products case

A three-judge panel of the state Superior Court has affirmed a Philadelphia Common

Amtrak sues Phila. over wage tax collection from federally exempt police personnel

Amtrak has filed a federal complaint against the City of Philadelphia over allegations that

Phila. police officer sues colleague for threatening her with loaded service pistol

A Philadelphia police officer is suing one of her colleagues in federal court, alleging her

Judge denies AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals' motion for attorney's fees in patent infringement case against Teva

A federal judge in Philadelphia has denied a motion by AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals to

Sandusky judge gives defense attorney 21 days to outline appeal issues relating to post-trial order

The judge overseeing the case involving convicted child molester and former Penn State

Two of nine criminal charges dismissed against Pa. Supreme Court Justice Orie Melvin

A magisterial district judge has dismissed two of the nine criminal counts against

Fired Phila. prison guard sues over promotion denial

A former Philadelphia prison guard has filed suit against the City of Philadelphia and various human resources officials contending he was unfairly denied a job promotion despite years of service.

Judge dismisses suit against Pa. troopers by parents who claim 12-year-old son was strip searched

A lawsuit filed against two Pennsylvania State Police troopers by the parents of a young

Injury claim filed against Wal-Mart distribution center by worker who cut knuckle

A man who claims he underwent numerous surgical procedures, and had to be placed in a

Widow of leukemia victim files toxic tort claim against manufacturers of benzene-containing products

The widow of a former pressman who died three years after being diagnosed with Acute

Phila. University sued by N.J. man who sustained foot fracture from fall on defective classroom flooring

A New Jersey man claims in a civil filing that he sustained a fractured foot and other

Phila. law firm seeks to recover legal fees from co. relating to prior litigation

A Philadelphia law firm is attempting to recover more than $90,000 in legal fees from a

Mesothelioma victim from western Pa. files asbestos mass tort claim in Phila. court

A 59-year-old man from western Pennsylvania who was diagnosed with mesothelioma this past spring has filed an asbestos mass tort claim in state court against various companies involved in the manufacture of products containing the fiber.

Nevada couple sues Janssen Pharmaceuticals in Pa. court over son's injuries from Topamax

A couple from Nevada who claim their child was born with a cleft lip and cleft palate as a

Pa. woman files legal malpractice claim against attorney she claims fraudulently represented her in prior matter

A suburban Philadelphia woman who claims she was the victim of fraud after a judgment was entered against her allegedly without her having known a civil action was ever initiated against her in the first place is suing the lawyer who supposedly represented her in the prior matter.

Phila. judge dockets order outlining reasons for declaring mistrial in hotly contested asbestos trial

A Philadelphia judge has declared a mistrial in a hotly contested asbestos mass tort case,

Pa.-based Endo Pharmaceuticals and Minnesota's American Medical Systems face product liability claim over pelvic mesh device

An Ohio woman has filed a product liability complaint against Pennsylvania-based Endo

Two Phila. attorneys sued by city resident

Two Philadelphia attorneys are facing a legal malpractice claim by a city woman who

Suspended Pa. Supreme Court Justice Orie Melvin won't resign, says attorney

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin will not resign her position pending the outcome of her criminal charges on public corruption accusations, her defense attorney told a Pittsburgh newspaper last week.

Milton Hershey School apologizes to HIV-positive student suing because he was denied admittance

A young teenager whose mother filed suit on his behalf late last year against the Milton