PHILADELPHIA – A recent Commonwealth Court ruling that reinstated a Philadelphia teacher stands as a clear reminder to school districts of the importance of following the proper employee termination laws and procedures.
PHILADELPHIA – Plaintiff counsel in a senior center’s slip-and-fall lawsuit has elected to file papers to exit that litigation, for reasons yet to be disclosed in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas.
PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff attorney representing an injured party in a hotel’s premises liability lawsuit has chosen to withdraw from that same suit, citing reasons he says are protected by legal confidentiality.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man’s false arrest and false imprisonment lawsuit against a local homicide detective is untimely and should be dismissed for being filed after the relevant statutes of limitations expired, says defense counsel in the case.
PHILADELPHIA – Three motions for preliminary objection motions in a car accident lawsuit remain left to be decided, subsequent to a rescheduled hearing last week in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas.
SHICKSHINNY – A former Shickshinny Borough council member has lost her fight to have a sign that was approved and installed by the town, which gave directions to a church, declared a violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.