PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man is suing his employer over claims he was wrongfully terminated while on leave for a medical emergency.
News from 2016
PHILADELPHIA – An employee of Amazon.com Inc. is suing the company after she claims she was mistreated due to her pregnancy.
PHILADELPHIA – A Mechanicsburg truck driver is suing the U.S. Postal Service over negligence allegations after a fall.
PITTSBURGH – A man is suing McCormick over claims of unfair trade practices, alleging that they have been selling less product than advertised.
PHILADELPHIA – Plaintiff counsel for an inmate allegedly injured in a Philadelphia prison kitchen in 2011 is withdrawing from the litigation, per court records.
PHILADELPHIA – Citing holiday delays and witness availability, defense counsel for a building management company is seeking a 30-day stay of proceedings in a negligence action.
PHILADELPHIA – Following a continuance, a state court will determine whether a case involving a car crash between a motorist and an equipment company driver will be transferred out of Philadelphia County.
PITTSBURGH – A Lompoc, California man is suing GNC after allegedly discovering illegal substances in supplements purchased from the business.
The state Superior Court recently ruled the owner of an Upper Darby mall allowed it to fall in such disrepair that it effectively evicted Sears, which alleged rodents, drug dealers and prostitutes could all be found on the premises.
The nation’s second-largest network of for-profit colleges has settled with the United States for almost $96 million over allegations that it conducted commission-based recruiting of students.
Former Reading Muhlenberg Career and Technology Center employee claims she was wrongfully terminated
PHILADELPHIA – A Pottsville woman is suing her employer, the Reading Muhlenberg Career and Technology Center, alleging discrimination and termination due to her disabilities.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman is suing Rite Aid Corp. after she alleges she was terminated, despite excellent work, because of her age.
SCRANTON – Dairy Queen is suing Grille and Chill LLC claiming service mark infringement after the defendant began using advertising that allegedly closely resembled that of the plaintiff's.
PHILADELPHIA – Angel Medflight is suing Aetna Health Inc. alleging that the insurance company violated the details of its contract after it refused to pay the plaintiff for an airlift.
PITTSBURGH – A New York man is suing his former employer over claims he was denied overtime pay.
The legal standard for determining whether biosolids application is an activity protected from litigation under the state’s Right to Farm Act (RTFA) will be left only to judges, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania recently decided.
According to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, a Melrose Park college will not have the ability to once again amend its complaint against an education company.
Aetna’s lawsuit against a clinical laboratory and sales company it says led the company to pay out numerous fraudulent health insurance claims has a survived a motion to dismiss from individual defendants associated with the case.
Six Flags Theme Parks is objecting on a number of fronts to a negligence suit filed against it, in response to a slip-and-fall accident from 2013.
Philadelphia’s gender-neutral bathroom law effective Jan. 20; Attorney says lawsuits will soon be on the way
Philadelphia has joined a growing number of cities passing legislation that requires all public single-stall restrooms in city-owned buildings and privately owned establishments to be gender-neutral.