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Consumer class action filed against makers of WaxVac ear removal product

A class action lawsuit has been filed against the makers of WaxVac, an earwax removal product that is billed as a safer alternative to traditional cotton swabs.

Flaster Greenberg, fired attorney reach settlement in wrongful termination case

A settlement has reportedly been reached in a wrongful termination case

Chester, Pa. officer must face claims in false arrest case against himself and state troopers

A municipal police officer must remain a defendant in litigation brought by

Judge dismisses Hess Corp.'s argument that parking lot defect was trivial, allows claim to proceed to jury

A judge has disagreed with an argument by Hess Corp. in a negligence

Salvation Army sued in slip and fall


Woman sues dog owner claiming injuries in attempt to evade attack


Man injured on bolt sues multiple defendants


Petco named in slip and fall lawsuit


Slip and fall in Wendy's bathroom results in lawsuit

A Philadelphia man is suing over injuries he allegedly sustained when he slipped in the restroom of a fast food chain.

U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear Hazleton, Pa. anti-immigrant ordinances case

The United States Supreme Court has declined to hear a case involving

Pa. Supreme Court appoints two lawyers to Interbranch Commission for Gender, Racial and Ethnic Fairness

An accomplished African American attorney from Philadelphia and a

Lawyer plans to file suit on behalf of 5-year-old child abducted from school, raped in nearby home

A lawsuit will soon be filed on behalf of the family of a young child

Teacher’s assistant who quit job because of commute not entitled to unemployment benefits

A teacher from southeastern Pennsylvania who sought unemployment

Worker fired from ophthalmology practice accuses co. of failing to pay her salary toward end of employment

A Bucks County woman claims in a newly filed civil action that for about a

Pa. to share in multi-million dollar False Claims Act Aranesp settlement

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced this week that

Phila. jury sides with whistleblower cop who raised concerns of asbestos in police-run youth athletic center

A veteran Philadelphia police officer who hit the city with a lawsuit alleging

Saul Ewing partner Richard Frazier appointed to Pa. Judicial Conduct Board

A partner with the Philadelphia law firm Saul Ewing is one of the newest

DOJ sues school district on behalf of Islamic police officer challenging beard-grooming policy

The federal government is suing the School District of Philadelphia on

Temple Law dean given '14 Justice Sonia Sotomayor Diversity Award

JoAnne Epps, the dean of Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, has

Fired maintenance worker sues Xfinity Live! over claims of age and gender discrimination

A suburban Philadelphia man is suing Xfinity Live! over claims that he was