PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia law firm has initiated legal action against one of its former clients and his business in Tennessee, claiming they owe it more than $73,000 in legal fees for services rendered.
PHILADELPHIA – A case claiming an optical examination center violated commercial and antitrust laws by requiring its patients to purchase eyeglasses before receiving their prescriptions is on its way back to state court.
JACKSON, Miss. – Plaintiff attorneys from the most recently-decided bellwether case in the federal multi-district litigation surrounding blood thinner drug Xarelto have filed a motion seeking a retrial, believing newly-released medical evidence contradicted the case's courtroom testimony and would have swayed the jury to find for their clients.
PITTSBURGH – A Verona woman who allegedly fell on a carpet at the Rivertowne Inn is suing the restaurant’s parent company and the company that provided carpets to the establishment, while one of the defendants is challenging the claim that she fell.
PHILADELPHIA – An Egyptian doctor and practitioner of feng shui has sued The Huffington Post, believing the online news agency libeled and defamed her through an article it published on its Arabic satellite website in September 2016.
LANCASTER – A Lancaster County couple believe the death of their adult son three years ago as a result of a motor vehicle accident and subsequent medical complications was the fault of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
PHILADELPHIA – A Pennsylvania family who were guests of a Hampton Inn hotel in Warwick, R.I., this summer claim they were injured and their personal property permanently damaged after being attacked and bitten by bed bugs.
PHILADELPHIA – Sixteen plaintiffs allegedly injured in the collapse of a railing at a concert featuring rap music stars Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg in nearby Camden, N.J. in August 2016 are pursuing damages against concert promoter Live Nation National Event Service and Khalifa himself.