PITTSBURGH — A former jail captain is suing Allegheny County, the Allegheny County Jail and jail warden Orlando Harper, his former employers, citing alleged disability discrimination, retaliation and wrongful or constructive termination.
HARRISBURG — Court cases that involve a provision of the Commonwealth’s education law known as the Transfer Between Entities Act are relatively rare, according to a lawyer with years of experience representing school districts.
PHILADELPHIA — A U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on a case involving the repossession of a car leaves questions unanswered about whether such actions might violate state or federal law, but makes clear that it’s not a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act to do so.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia judge has overruled objections made by defense counsel connected to a setting of improper venue, in a premises liability lawsuit filed against a major local grocery chain and its snow removal company.
PHILADELPHIA – A defense attorney in a motor vehicle accident case has requested the court transfer the litigation to Lehigh County court and strike accusations of reckless conduct and requests for punitive damages therein.
PHILADELPHIA – Preliminary objections have been both granted and overruled in a personal injury lawsuit involving a woman hurt at an area YMCA branch, including an affidavit of service being stricken from the case.
PHILADELPHIA — A Delaware corporation is suing Ironshore Indemnity Inc. of Minnesota and Atlantic Structural Panels Inc. of Pennsylvania, citing alleged breach of contract and failure to pay for completed work.