A Pennsylvania Superior Court panel has reversed a Philadelphia trial court’s judgment
News from April 2013
Attorneys representing LA Fitness in a personal injury case initiated in Philadelphia have petitioned the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to instead hear the case.
A Philadelphia judge has dismissed a commerce action that had been filed back in January by a Huntingdon Valley, Pa. construction company against two Philadelphia residents and a Media, Pa. insurance company.
A Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court panel has sustained in part, and denied in part
A lawsuit brought by the family of Tiaina B. “Junior” Seau over the late professional
A Bucks County couple has filed a consumer fraud action against two product manufacturers over allegations that the windows the plaintiffs purchased from the defendants were not designed the way they were advertised to be.
An Oklahoma mother has filed a complaint in the Multidistrict Zoloft Marketing
A Philadelphia university has just become the first in the region to make it easier for law
A federal judge sitting in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania has denied a bid by an out-
A suburban Philadelphia construction company has become the latest plaintiff in a string
Pennsylvania State Treasurer Rob McCord has joined as a plaintiff in a lawsuit filed by
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to the state’s mandatory
Lawyers representing a West Virginia commercial trucking company being sued by a City
A Montgomery County man is suing the Pennsylvania SPCA for more than $150,000 in
For the second time in a week, retail giant Target Corp. has come out on the winning end
Attorneys representing plaintiffs who allege they suffered liver failure damage or failure
When the country’s major tobacco companies paid out more than $200 billion in the late
The federal judge handling the case of a man who claims Pennsylvania State troopers set
A suburban Philadelphia private ambulance company and its two owners have pleaded