HARRISBURG – A Pennsylvania man is set to get a new trial after a three-judge Superior Court panel unanimously overturned a lower court’s decision that dismissed his lawsuit against a nursing home's parent company.
PHILADELPHIA – A Center City architectural firm has filed suit against what it believes was a financial investment shell company which accepted its professional services, and then defrauded it for over $20,000.
PHILADELPHIA – A bail bond management company claims it is out more than $50,000, due to a non-payment of that amount from three defendants who took out that bond for a fourth party and were responsible for its subsequent forfeiture.
PHILADELPHIA – American Airlines has initiated legal action against a local produce company, alleging said company owes it nearly $8,000 in unpaid funds resulting from a number of business transactions.
LANCASTER – HCR ManorCare and several of its affiliates that were responsible for the operation and care of patients at ManorCare Health Services – Lancaster have responded to a lawsuit alleging the facility was not adequately staffed.
SCRANTON – The Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna County entered a summary judgment on March 24, ruling that Norfolk Southern Railway Co. cannot be subject to liability as a successor in interest to another company in an asbestos lawsuit.
PHILADELPHIA – A local casino believes a shock-jock host for WFAN Radio in New York, who has been arrested for alleged participation in a multimillion-dollar concert ticket investment scam, overplayed his hand by paying them $405,000 with checks that later bounced and is seeking immediate restitution.
PHILADELPHIA – A pair of litigants believe a food company was negligent in the operation of its compost beds, which caused an accident resulting in severe arm and shoulder injuries to one of the plaintiffs.
PHILADELPHIA – A French plaintiff has launched a lawsuit against a Philadelphia grocery chain and a Baltimore bakery for a number of commercial violations, centered on a box of moldy English Muffins which she says made her ill.
PHILADELPHIA – A pharmaceutical firm’s former treasury director has categorically denied claims she embezzled corporate funds to her E*Trade account, and filed counterclaims of breach of contract and conversion versus her former employer.