News from September 2016

Pastor urges changes to education funding formula

By Quinten Plummer | Sep 29, 2016

BRYN MAWR – Reformers inside and on the outskirts of Pennsylvania's education system are anxiously waiting the results of a recent hearing in which the state Supreme Court heard a petition imploring the judiciary to intervene in public school funding.

NLRB finds King of Prussia charter school is a private corporation

By Tara Mapes | Sep 30, 2016

WASHINGTON – The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decided in two separate cases Aug. 24 that although publicly funded, the Hyde Leadership Charter School in Brooklyn, New York, and the Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School, based in King of Prussia, are private corporations subject to the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

Bar on Oak accused of copyright infringement

By Louie Torres | Sep 30, 2016

HARRISBURG — Several record companies are suing a bar, alleging copyright infringement.

Insurer blames Electrolux Home Products for house fire

By Louie Torres | Sep 30, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — An insurance firm is suing Electrolux Home Products Inc., a Georgia business, citing alleged negligence and product liability.

Penn State Industries accused of not paying proper overtime

By Louie Torres | Sep 30, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — An employee has filed a class action lawsuit against Penn State Industries and John Does 1-10, alleging violation of wage laws.

GC Services Limited Partnership accused of improper collection tactic

By Louie Torres | Sep 30, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — A man is suing GC Services Limited Partnership, a business entity, citing alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.

Honey Locust Farms accused of violating wage law

By Louie Torres | Sep 30, 2016

HARRISBURG — A former employee is suing Thomas Bross IV and Honey Locust Farms LLC, alleging unpaid wages and violation of workers compensation acts.

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