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Philly attorney lobs RICO charge at insurance company for interfering with client relationship

A Philadelphia attorney says that an insurance company and one of his clients conspired to

Suit: Faulty U-Haul trailer and tractor trailer driver's fatigue caused severe car accident

A Montgomery County man has suffered permanent disfigurement and severe head injuries caused when a tractor trailer operated by a sleepy driver colliding with his jack-knifed SUV and U-Haul trailer that had malfunctioning brake lights, according to a personal injury suit filed at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Amtrak worker sues after struck by train

An Amtrak employee says that his supervisors did not follow the established safety protocols that could have prevented a train striking him while he worked on one of the company's tracks in Virginia, according to a personal injury suit filed at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Suit: Tire change request erupts into assault, termination

A former technician at a Delaware County auto service center says that his supervisor assaulted him after he refused to change a tire because he was still recovering from a surgery, according to a suit filed at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Suit: Lancaster doctors office dismissed HIV patient over false allegations

A Lancaster County man and his family claim that a general physician violated the

Allentown hotel worker fired after alleged attempted groping, solicitation by guest

A former employee of a hotel near the Allentown Airport says that a complaint she filed

Federal judge denies SEPTA witness to testify against anti-Islam ads

Testimony from an expert witness regarding the accuracy of anti-Islamic ads that SEPTA

Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill released from prison

After serving five months in a Philadelphia prison, rapper Meek Mill can resume his music career following his release Tuesday afternoon. The rising star's parole was revoked by Judge Genese Brinkley in July following an altercation and outburst at a probation office.

Philly woman sues makers of Totally Awesome Cleaner for injuries from defective bottle

A Philadelphia woman is not feeling totally awesome after a bottle of liquid cleanser separated from the spray nozzle and caused her to sustain serious injuries, according to a complaint filed at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Breast cancer patient says termination from charity organization violated ADA

A Bucks County woman says that her former employer violated section of the Americans

Production company goes after illegal downloads of Steven Seagal film

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Traffic court judge sentenced to federal prison

Former Philadelphia judge Robert Mulgrew received a sentence of 18 months in federal

Supreme Court establishes new rules for court reporting

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has adopted a comprehensive set of new rules

Judge appointed to federal bench in Allentown

The United States Senate has confirmed the nomination of Joseph Leeson as a federal

Suit: Racial slurs at delivery company created hostile work environment

A terminated employee of a Bucks County-based delivery company says he encountered

Judge denies Penn State's 'moot' motion to dismiss Paterno suit

A federal judge will not dismiss Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney's wrongful termination suit against Penn State, saying the school's motion is moot following the plaintiff's filing of an amended complaint in late November.

Tech company agrees to $1.9 million settlement with U.S. over false claims allegations

DHS Technologies LLC and its subsidiary, DHS Systems LLC, have agreed to pay $1.9 million, plus interest, to the United States to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by failing to disclose to the General Services Administration (GSA) that it offered greater discounts to a private company for the same items during the negotiation for the re-award of a government contract.

Supreme Court disbars Philly municipal judge who admitted case-fixing

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court officially disbarred former Philadelphia Municipal Court

Suit: Former medical center staffer fired after stuck with a possible HIV-infected needle

A medical assistant says a Philadelphia staffing agency terminated her employment after

Hospital sued after allegedly failing to properly diagnose stroke victim

A Montgomery County couple says a local medical center failed to follow proper treatment