PHILADELPHIA – An Ohio trades group that supplied workers and labor for a Philadelphia construction project says it is owed in excess of $58,000 for that same labor, an amount the defendant has supposedly refused to pay.
PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff who says she suffered spinal injuries and whose left foot was allegedly crushed by a toppled box of picnic table umbrellas has sued the Philadelphia grocery where the accident took place.
PITTSBURGH – A Florida company has filed suit against an individual and three companies based in Malvern over allegations it was deprived financial opportunities relating to the acquisition of properties in Pittsburgh.
PHILADELPHIA – A New York man who allegedly suffered severe injuries after being struck in the side of the face by a fellow patron wielding a glass inside a Philadelphia nightclub has sued the establishment, its ownership and his alleged assailant.
PHILADELPHIA – A new lawsuit in state court claims a patron of a South Philadelphia pub was assaulted by another customer, as a result of the establishment allegedly overserving the assailant and not ensuring the premises were safe for him.
PHILADELPHIA – The City of Philadelphia has recently discontinued litigation against a law firm and two of its members, which claimed it failed to timely pay delinquent taxes in excess of $300,000 over a period spanning from 2007 to 2015.
HARRISBURG – The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled in a Feb. 21 opinion that an out-of-state plaintiff can sue a Pennsylvania-based company under Pennsylvania’s Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (UTPCPL).