The Superior Court of Pennsylvania has ruled that a lower court didn’t abuse its discretion when it consolidated two lawsuits stemming from a business relationship gone bad, according to a decision filed on April 3.
HARRISBURG — A company that challenged Pennsylvania’s marijuana permitting process after losing its bid for a permit last year was too quick to seek remedy through the state's courts, according to a recent ruling filed on April 20 in the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.
A federal judge has awarded a sports production company $2,200 in statutory damages, but denied its request for enhanced damages in case against a club that illegally broadcasted a Floyd Mayweather fight.
HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania appellate court has reversed a decision by the State Horse Racing Commission to disqualify the winning horse in a race held at Philadelphia PARX in 2016, according to a decision filed on April 9 in the Commonwealth Court.
PHILADELPHIA – If the National Football League has their way, sanctions will be issued and a special investigator will be appointed to the NFL’s $1 billion Concussion Settlement program, as the league alleges an independent claims administrator determined that 23 percent of the claims submitted to it were fraudulent.
Canonsburg resident accuses Dell, Inc. of wrongful terminationERIE — A employee is suing Dell, Inc., a computer company, citing alleged gender discrimination.Marsha Cipollone filed a complaint on April 10, in the U.S.