PHILADELPHIA – Counsel for pre-owned vehicle businesses have filed a number of preliminary objections in a case alleging their fraudulent conduct led a customer to purchase a vehicle, which later failed and caused a car accident.
PITTSBURGH — A Pittsburgh resident is suing his former employer, alleging unjust enrichment, conversion and declaration of ownership surrounding the ownership of patent applications during his employment.
WILLIAMSPORT – A recent ruling in the Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas has resulted in another victory for parties arguing certain agricultural activities are protected under Pennsylvania’s Right To Farm Act (RTFA).
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge has ruled a plaintiff missed the statute of limitations associated with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) in filing a lawsuit against Roseland, N.J., law firms and an attorney.
PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania has ruled a city Fire Captain was not denied a promotion to Fire Battalion Chief due to retaliation for filing an earlier lawsuit and grievance, or for racial discrimination.
PHILADELPHIA – On Monday, a Bala Cynwyd man lost a case of alleged civil rights violations he filed against Harrah’s Philadelphia and two Pennsylvania State Police officers in federal court, through a pair of summary judgment orders levied against him.
PHILADELPHIA – The Horsham-based Philadelphia Taxi Association, comprising a number of area cab and limousine companies, has filed an antitrust lawsuit against San Francisco-based Uber Technologies, Inc.
HARRISBURG - A February ruling from the state Supreme Court confronted how existing laws apply to new technology, as the court ruled that using a cell phone app to secretly record a conversation is a violation of a wiretapping law.
HARRISBURG – Gov. Tom Wolf’s decision last week to sign an executive order raising the minimum wage for state workers and those who work for state contractors raises expectations for boosting the minimum wage for all workers statewide, but employer representatives fear unintended financial consequences of such a move.
HARRISBURG - Lawsuits filed by professors who allege discrimination on the part of their employer aren't uncommon, as a recent suit against Bloomsburg University shows, the former lawyer for the American Association for University Professor says.