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Bringing the legal system to light. Our weekly newsletter sheds light on the lawsuits, people, and organizations that continually clog the legal system in Pennsylvania.
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A northern Pennsylvania grandmother will once again be able to visit her
A Philadelphia man claims in a newly filed civil suit that he was severely
A middle-aged suburban Philadelphia woman who worked as a radiologic
Former Penn State University President Graham Spanier, who is facing
Attorneys representing North Carolina-based Electrolux Home Products
The local law firm that has been at the forefront of testosterone
A state appellate court panel has ruled that a trial judge was correct to
A judge has dismissed a complaint by a former reputed head of the
A Montgomery County contractor was charged this week with violating the
A man who worked for more than three decades as a high-up official at Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections has been indicted on extortion and other charges.
The Watts Regulator Co. and a class of plaintiffs have announced a $23
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of Jerry
A former office worker employed by Einstein Healthcare Network is suing
A Philadelphia judge has overruled defense preliminary objections in a
U.S. District Judge Eduardo C. Robreno
A Center City Turf Club is suing the business after falling down steps.
A federal judge in Philadelphia has granted summary judgment to sports club chain LA Fitness in a case brought by a member who says he was injured during a confrontation at the gym in Andorra, Pa.
A Georgia woman is suing the Philadelphia Museum of Art over claims that
CSX Transportation has filed a civil action against Delaware-based
A woman and her husband are suing a health care group and a cleaning service after falling in the facility.