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Pa. Supreme Court affirms death sentence for book warehouse killer

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has refused to throw out the death

Ex-prisoner sues over failure to get medical treatment behind bars

A former suburban Philadelphia prison inmate who claims she was forced to live in “inhumane, barbaric conditions,” and suffered daily pain for a period of months due to a failure to get her proper medical care while behind bars has filed a federal civil rights complaint against those responsible for her care.

Pa. man sues U.S. Postal Service over roadway incident with tractor trailer driver

A Bucks County man is suing the United States Postal Service over a

Plaintiff’s attorney secures $18 million settlement in insurance bad faith case stemming from car wreck

A Philadelphia plaintiffs’ attorney last month secured an $18 million

Pa. man claims application policy for FBI's Visiting Scientist Program violates ADEA

An experienced molecular biologist from southeastern Pennsylvania claims in a newly filed civil complaint that the Federal Bureau of Investigation discriminated against him because of his age by not allowing him to participate in the agency’s Visiting Scientist Program.

Shopper sues Reddy Ice Corp. over torn ACL

A Southeastern Pennsylvania woman is suing Texas-based Reddy Ice Corp.

Commonwealth Court overturns WCAB's decision to uphold denial of claim by lung cancer victim

A three-judge Commonwealth Court panel has overturned a decision by the

Youth baseball league not liable for facial injuries from errant ball, Pa. Superior Court panel rules

Like professional sports organizations, youth athletic leagues cannot be

Mid-state lawyer Trent Hargrove named diversity officer of Pa. Bar Assoc.

The Pennsylvania Bar Association announced this week that it has named

Mechanic sues General Electric over helicopter incident that allegedly caused serious shoulder damage

Two attorneys representing General Electric Co. in litigation stemming

Pa. coal miner sues over injuries allegedly caused by faulty brakes on mining vehicle

A western Pennsylvania coal miner claims in a recently filed civil suit that

Assembly line worker with epilepsy claims ADA violations in wrongful termination suit

A worker who suffers from epilepsy claims he was fired from his

Fired Port Authority of Allegheny County bus operator seeks more than $760K for improper termination

An attorney for the Port Authority of Allegheny County filed a petition on

St. Mary Medical Center settles False Claims Act allegations with federal government for $2 million

The federal government announced this week that it has settled claims with

Judge allows, in part, attorney's breach of contract suit against Flaster Greenberg to proceed

A federal judge in Philadelphia has granted in part and denied in part a

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney names Gregory A. Miller as firm’s new general counsel

The Pennsylvania law firm Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney announced

UPS prevails in wrongful termination suit arising from ‘stink bomb’ rite of passage controversy

A judge has granted summary judgment to UPS in a wrongful termination

Susan Peikes Gantman elected to five-year term as Superior Court president judge

After a brief stint as interim president judge of Pennsylvania’s Superior Court, John T.

Pa. Supreme Court revises Code of Judicial Conduct; nepotism now expressly prohibited in judiciary

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court updated its Code of Judicial Conduct this

Commonwealth Court: Erie, other Pa. cities cannot ban firearms from municipal parks

In what looks to be a win for Pennsylvania gun owners, an en banc