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SS Nile Bottle Stoppers alleged to have infringed Honesdale company's marks

SCRANTON – A Honesdale business alleges a Newville limited liability company and individual are infringing its marks.

Stockholder claims Aetna statement omits information regarding proposed transaction

PHILADELPHIA – An Aetna stock owner is seeking to enjoin a proposed transaction between the company and CVS Health Corp.

Former Export Now Inc. officer alleges he is owed unpaid wages

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man alleges an Akron, Ohio company failed to pay him wages due after he was terminated.

Property restoration company at center of breach of contract and unjust enrichment action

PHILADELPHIA – A Croydon homeowner believes a restoration company he hired to rehabilitate his property after a fire has unjustly enriched itself at his expense in a dispute over payments connected to that same restoration work.

Lawsuit: Rehabilitation facility's defective bunk bed crushed patient's left hand

PHILADELPHIA – A patient formerly residing in a local rehabilitation facility claims to have suffered a crushed left hand during his stay, due to the hydraulic mechanism of his bunk bed allegedly failing and causing that injury.

Philly pre-school defaulted on lease agreement, plaintiff charges

PHILADELPHIA – A New York-based landlord is charging a Philadelphia pre-school center with breaching and defaulting on its lease agreement for a space located in a South Philadelphia shopping center.

Shopper sues Coca-Cola after some allegedly fell on her at a Dollar Tree

PHILADELPHIA – A woman allegedly injured by a fallen display of Coca-Cola products at a Dollar Tree store in Upper Darby has sued both the major soda company and the discount retailer in state court for damages related to her injuries.

Supreme Court disbars former Washington County Common Pleas judge over use of seized cocaine

HARRISBURG – The state Supreme Court has unanimously agreed to a request from the Office of Disciplinary Counsel to disbar former Washington County Common Pleas Judge Paul Michael Pozonsky.

Bill banning non-compete agreements sits in Pa. House; Passage looks unlikely, attorney says

HARRISBURG – The proposed Freedom to Work Act, which proposes a ban on non-compete agreements by Pennsylvania employers, could cause a great deal of concern but faces a long road to passage, a Fisher & Phillips attorney says.

Aetna stockholder seeks to enjoin transaction with CVS Health Corp.

PHILADELPHIA – An Aetna stockholder claims that the company issued a registration statement that omits information stockholders need regarding a proposed transaction.

Malibu Media LLC alleges BitTorrent user is distributing films without authorization

PHILADELPHIA – A motion picture owner alleges a BitTorrent user in Pennsylvania is unlawfully distributing its films online.

Former employee files wrongful termination suit against Queue in the Cloud LLC

PHILADELPHIA – A Virginia man alleges he was wrongfully terminated from an Eagleville company.

United Elevator Co. LLC alleged to have failed to pay employee contributions to funds

PHILADELPHIA – A Washington, D.C. company is alleged to have failed to remit funds to Newtown Square-based benefit funds.

L. Andy LLC alleges Utah company failed to pay loans

PITTSBURGH – A Washington, Pennsylvania manufacturer and seller of beverages claims a Utah company failed to pay loans.

Steelworkers Pension Trust alleges it is owed more than $112 million in withdrawal liability payments

PITTSBURGH – A nonprofit, multiemployer benefit pension plan alleges a New York private holding company and its subsidiaries failed to pay withdrawal liability payments.

Consumer claims Trans Union, Experian incorrectly have him listed as deceased on reports

PHILADELPHIA – An Indiana man alleges he is not dead as two credit bureaus are listing on his credit reports.

United States Steel and Carnegie Pension Fund seeks judgment in pension dispute

PITTSBURGH – A pension fund is seeking a court's help in determining the beneficiary of a pension plan.

Bad Science at NIOSH?

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) was established by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 as a research agency focused on the study of worker safety and health.

Verizon Pennsylvania wants to vacate award in dispute with Communications Workers of America

PHILADELPHIA – Verizon Pennsylvania is seeking to vacate an arbitration award in a union dispute.

Transmission in Nissan vehicle is defective, consumer claims

HARRISBURG – A Chambersburg man alleges he would not have purchased a vehicle if had known the transmission was defective.