A former leasing agent for a suburban Philadelphia apartment complex is suing her
News from November 2012
A Pa. woman is suing a corrections officer over claims that the guard forced her to have
Penn State’s former president has been charged with eight criminal counts relating to his
A judge has ordered a produce company to pay two wholesale sellers money owed for the
A judge has allowed a false arrest claim against a Pennsylvania State Trooper to proceed
The Pennsylvania judge overseeing the Voter ID case has denied a petition for a
Veteran Philadelphia trial lawyer and past Philadelphia Bar Association chancellor
Attorneys for Michael McQueary are asking a judge to deny Penn State University’s
The federal judge overseeing the Flonase antitrust litigation against drugmaker
Pennsylvania’s Court of Judicial Discipline late last week rejected objections by Willie F.
A former security officer at a suburban Philadelphia casino is suing the gaming hall and
A Philadelphia lawyer is being sued by a former client who claims the man failed to file a
A Philadelphia homeowner who claims she was severely burned by molten hot roofing tar
In just two day’s time, convicted murderer Hubert L. Michael, Jr., who pleaded guilty in
A Montgomery County rehabilitation clinic has filed a breach of contract suit against an insurer over claims that the defendant has failed to compensate the plaintiff for services rendered to a car accident victim.
A New Mexico woman has filed a claim in the Fen-Phen mass tort litigation in
A consumer class action suit has been filed against a Montgomery County bank over
A man from Upper Bucks County is suing a Philadelphia nightclub and a Lower Bucks County resident for injuries he allegedly sustained after being struck in the back of the head by the defendant during an altercation at the business last winter.
A federal judge in Harrisburg has granted a temporary restraining order and preliminary