HARRISBURG – The Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas will once again hear proceedings in a negligence and wrongful death action against a Lancaster nursing care facility, after judiciary panels in both the Superior Court and Supreme Court of Pennsylvania entered rulings on the case.
HARRISBURG — A former employee is suing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and state officials John E. Wetzel, Shirley Moore Smeal, Christopher Oppman, William Sprenkle, Kathryn McVey, Marc Goldberg, Ty Stanton and Timothy Musser, alleging discrimination, hostile work environment and retaliation.
PITTSBURGH — A borough in Allegheny County is suing Richard Depaulis and Cyndi Depaulis, t/d/b/a General Talent Associates, alleging failure to pay taxes and license fees for the years 2002 through 2010.
PHILADELPHIA – A panel of appellate judges has ruled to vacate a trial court’s decision with respect to the determination of appropriate attorney’s fees in a contract action, and remand the litigation to its trial court for a “reasonable” fee examination.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge says an Ashley man will not be permitted to join the alleged driver of the vehicle which injured him as a necessary party, but will be allowed to amend his complaint to add a charge of negligent entrustment.
PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff’s lack of response in litigation related to alleged violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by a related agency, has led a federal judge to grant summary judgment to the case’s defendant.
PHILADELPHIA — A married couple's lawsuit against Dollar Tree Stores Inc.; Awesome Products Inc. d/b/a LA's Totally Awesome; and John Does 1 to 4 alleges negligence, liability and loss of consortium in connection with a slip-and-fall incident.