In a 5-2 decision, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently rejected the state Department of Environmental Protection’s method for assessing water contamination fines in a dispute with EQT Production Company over damages caused by water that had leaked from the company's hydraulic fracture gas wells in 2012.
Upper Dublin School District may continue pondering its plans for its only middle school while an incoming student continues his lawsuit to make the middle school more accessible, a federal judge recently ruled.
A state senator is appealing a federal judge's order earlier this month to pay more than $29,300 to the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania in reimbursement for the fees and costs of its successful gerrymandering challenge.
PHILADELPHIA – A bill set to completely change the way in which prescription drugs were distributed and provided to injured workers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was recently vetoed by Gov. Tom Wolf, who said the bill’s aims ran “counter to the impact [the state] has made with injured workers.”
PHILADELPHIA – In a recent lawsuit, a Philadelphia real estate agent alleges her contractors performed haphazard electrical workmanship at her residence that supposedly put both her and her children in danger.
PHILADELPHIA – A lawsuit pitting a local accounting office against an investment fund firm based in Delaware and a Paoli management firm over an outstanding cost of $21K for services rendered, has been set for a pre-trial conference in late summer, or potentially early autumn.