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Firefighter accuses City of Phila. of violating agreement that resolved previous claims of mistreatment

A firefighter has filed a civil suit against the City of Philadelphia over claims that the agency violated an agreement that resolved previous allegations of disparate treatment.

Montco woman sues Louisiana restaurant over religious discrimination

A Jehovah’s Witness from southeastern Pennsylvania is suing a Louisiana-

Widower files wrongful death claim against Octapharma USA over death tied to Octagam

The widower of a woman who died during the winter of 2011 as a result of health

Phila. judge grants injunction request in IGM case, returns fired Inquirer editor to newsroom

William Marimow is back in the newsroom.

Lawyer convicted of possessing child pornography is disbarred by Pa. Supreme Court

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has disbarred a suburban Philadelphia attorney who had been convicted of possessing child pornography.

Pa. woman burned by Jarden heating pad files products liability claim against manufacturer

A Philadelphia attorney who is representing a Florida manufacturer

ACME, SuperValu seek removal of slip-and-fall case to federal court

An attorney representing Philadelphia-based ACME Markets and

Pa. Superior Court affirms defense judgment for GSK in Phila. Paxil wrongful death case

A state appellate court panel has sided with pharmaceutical giant

Job discrimination claim filed against Phila. light fixture co.

A Northeast Philadelphia business specializing in customized lighting

Commissioned sales worker accuses Home Depot At-Home Services of racial discrimination

A commissioned employee with Home Depot At-Home Services Inc. has filed a federal complaint against the business alleging that she was regularly denied potential lucrative job opportunities and subsequently terminated for unlawful reasons due to her race.

Jury awards $11 million verdict in Topamax mass tort; Judge denies defense post-trial arguments

A Philadelphia jury recently returned a hefty plaintiff’s verdict of nearly $11

Doylestown Borough, police dept. sued for wrongful arrest, excessive force

A Bucks County man is suing the Doylestown Police Department and two

Phila. judge affirms $2.3 million plaintiff's verdict in asbestos wrongful death case

A trial court judge recently upheld a $2.3 million plaintiff’s verdict in an

Injured construction worker and wife awarded $2.25 million following trial at Phila. Court

A construction worker who says he was seriously injured on the job more

Toxic tort against chemical companies can proceed after Pa. Supreme Court denies defense review petition

Pennsylvania’s highest court has denied a defense request to review a toxic

Jury returns $18 million verdict in case of driver partially paralyzed in roadway construction zone

A Bucks County man who sustained serious personal injuries, including

Husband of disgraced former Lackawanna County guardian ad litem pleads guilty to tax fraud charge

The husband of a former Lackawanna County guardian ad litem who last month agreed to plead guilty to income tax fraud charges has himself admitted to his role in defrauding the federal government.

Wrongful death claim filed by family of apartment tenant who suffered cardiac arrest after slip-and-fall incident

A real estate management group being sued in state court over the death of

Flyers' Claude Giroux named in insurer's suit stemming from fender-bender

A Philadelphia sports figure is being sued over a fender-bender that

Railroad Friction Products Corp. dismissed from asbestos suit; Robreno rules claims preempted by Locomotive Inspection Act

A federal judge in Philadelphia has dismissed Railroad Friction Products