Defense counsel for a garage door manufacturer has objected to the venue chosen in a lawsuit brought by a plaintiff allegedly injured by one of its products, and further seeks transfer of the case out of the state.
PHILADELPHIA – A series of preliminary objections will be decided this week in the case of a 2013 knee replacement surgery allegedly gone awry. Three separate motions for preliminary objections were filed by defendants in the suit brought by Coatesville residents Terry S.
PHILADELPHIA – A realty company is suing a real estate investment and advisory firm over a claim that the investment firm refused to provide it a copy of a rental agreement signed by a tenant at one of the buildings they share in a leasing agreement.
PHILADELPHIA – A former FedEx clerk believes he was in a hostile work environment, which led to his termination, due to reporting a workplace violation to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
After three defeats, two of which were seven-figure verdicts, in four Philadelphia trials, what can Janssen Pharmaceuticals look forward to as it tries to resolve at least 1,600 more Risperdal lawsuits?
PHILADELPHIA – A former Walmart assistant manager claims that management at its Wyncote store subjected him to discrimination and harassment by refusing to accommodate his religious beliefs, despite knowing he was a Jehovah’s Witness prior to his hire.