Widener University Law School Dean Linda L. Ammons plans to retire
News from May 2014
The former director of nursing for Nazareth Hospital is suing the
An eight-member jury ruled unanimously against a Philadelphia rapper's claim that he was detained illegally by Philadelphia police officers following a two-hour deliberation at the federal courthouse, according to a report from philly.com.
A Philadelphia woman has filed suit against national retail pharmacy chain Walgreens, claiming that in May 2012 she suffered two chipped teeth and other bodily injuries when she tripped over an improperly placed wooden pallet at a store located in Northeast Philadelphia.
A former Philadelphia paramedic claims that her employer violated Pennsylvania's
Assistant United States Attorney Tomika N. Stevens
A Philadelphia man who sustained multiple injuries after colliding with a lawnmower while
A Delaware County woman says the careless operation of a trolley by a SEPTA employee
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania reversed a determination made by the Office of Open Records (OOR) and denied a Pittsburgh-based website's "Right to Know" request for access to hazardous chemical information.
The Pennsylvania Civil Legal Justice Coalition recommended to the state's Senate Judiciary Committee the creation of a commission that would further study ways to expand access to legal services for poor and low-income individuals and family.
State and local police in Pennsylvania now have the authority to search a suspect's vehicle
A North Carolina couple has filed a federal lawsuit at U.S. District Court in Philadelphia against the makers of Effexor, an anti-depressant that they claim caused birth defects in their infant son.
An Alabama woman has filed a personal injury lawsuit against Target Corporation after she slipped on a wet floor at a Philadelphia branch of the retail giant.
The family of a Philadelphia man who was shot eight times and killed by city police officers
A Philadelphia woman has filed a personal injury lawsuit against a local retirement home,
A former prison guard employed by the Rhode Island Department of Corrections lost his
A private security officer has filed a federal lawsuit against his employer, claiming that his
A woman who was allegedly beaten and sexually assaulted in 2011 has filed a civil suit against the Philadelphia police department and the city, claiming that officers purposefully released her from custody in a high crime area as an act of retaliation.
Gov. Tom Corbett's administration has stated it will not seek an appeal to the state Supreme Court after the Commonwealth Court refused last week to revisit its striking down of the voter ID law, according to a press release.