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Connecticut plaintiff files Mirena products liability claim in U.S. Dist. Court in Phila.

A New England woman has filed suit against pharmaceutical giant Bayer Healthcare over

Employee accuses Teva Pharmaceuticals of discrimination in civil action

A Montgomery County man is suing Teva Pharmaceuticals over claims that the generic

Former Pa. School for the Deaf teacher accuses institution of ADA violations

The Pennsylvania School for the Deaf has been named as a defendant in a civil suit accusing the Philadelphia-based educational institution of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act for allegedly firing a former teacher because she requested special accommodations due to her medical conditions.

Schnader Harrison & Lewis welcomes attorneys from Trujillo Rodriguez & Richards

The Philadelphia law firm of Schnader Harrison & Lewis announced this

Judge dismisses suit against SEPTA filed by dead bus passenger's estate

A federal lawsuit that had been filed against the Southeastern Pennsylvania

N.J. disabled man accuses Pocono Speedway of violating ADA

A physically disabled New Jersey man claims in a federal lawsuit that the

DOJ, Univ. of Pittsburgh Medical Center settle False Claims Act allegations for $957K

Federal prosecutors in western Pennsylvania this week announced that the

Commonwealth lawyer reportedly agrees to extending injunction in Voter ID challenge through November

Lawyers representing the commonwealth in the case challenging

Pa. woman wins six-figure verdict in slip-and-fall case against Phila. Pathmark

A federal jury recently returned a six-figure plaintiff’s verdict in favor of a Bucks County

Debtors' in asbestos bankruptcy case appeal estimation decision to Third Circuit

It took months for U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Judith Fitzgerald to determine the present and

Zygmont Pines, Pa. Court Administrator, named to two national judicial organizations

Pennsylvania’s court administrator, Zygmont Pines, has been named president of the

Phila. attorney, Northampton Co. judge nominated by Obama to Eastern District of Pa.

President Obama has nominated a state trial judge from northeastern Pennsylvania and a

Third Circuit sides with Pa. students in 'I (heart) boobies!' free speech case

A federal appeals court in Philadelphia has sided with two northeastern

Judge dismisses suit against Phila. S.D. by fired special ed teacher, allows filing of amended complaint

A federal judge has agreed to dismiss a lawsuit initiated against the School

Ballard Spahr attorney to receive professional service award by American Inns of Court

A young Philadelphia attorney who practices with the firm Ballard Spahr

Pa. Superior Court affirms harassment conviction of teen over Facebook post

A state appellate court panel has affirmed a ruling by a trial judge who

Phila. judge removed from the bench, barred from holding future office

Suspended Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Thomas M. Nocella has been

Teen athlete sues U.S. Field Hockey Assoc. over tournament related head injuries

A suburban Philadelphia teen athlete who sustained a concussion and a severe facial

Effexor products liability MDL created, transferred to Rufe in Eastern District of Pa.

The federal judge in Philadelphia who currently presides over the Zoloft products

Photographer sues Phila. D.A. over unauthorized use of photo on Twitter account

Philadelphia’s top prosecutor stands accused of copyright infringement in a civil action