PITTSBURGH — Automotive retailers are suing Christopher Gordish, Jason Xenakes, and Day Apollo Inc., d/b/a Day Apollo Subaru, former employees and competitor, citing alleged misappropriation of trade secrets in violation of the Defend Trade Secrets Act; misappropriation of trade secrets under the PUTSA; breach of fiduciary duty; and conversion.
News from January 2019
PITTSBURGH — A former employee is suing Suebert and Associates Inc., a Pennsylvania corporation, citing alleged breach of contract.
PITTSBURGH – Reverend William B. Yockey, one of the accused predator priests whose names were listed in a grand jury report that alleges decades of protection for pedophiles working for the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania was allegedly responsible for molesting a Connellsville man when he was a teenager, according to new litigation filed in Pittsburgh.
SCRANTON — A Scarsdale couple are suing CBK Lodge LP, owner of indoor waterpark Aquatopia, citing alleged negligence and premises liability.
PITTSBURGH — A woman is suing Dollar General Corp., a chain of variety stores, citing alleged negligence and premises liability.
PHILADELPHIA — Medical facilities have filed a lawsuit against Bristol Township public officials, citing alleged disability discrimination.
SCRANTON — A customer is suing a restaurant, citing alleged racial discrimination.
PITTSBURGH — A technician is suing Hruska Mechanical LLC, an HVAC company, citing alleged disability discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
PITTSBURGH — A commercial driver is suing Malone Bussing Services, Steve Malone and Teresa Darden, tour bus operators, citing alleged negligence.
PITTSBURGH — Parents of a minor are suing a learning center, citing alleged negligence.
Plaintiffs lawyers in Philly area representing clients that the DOJ says are wasting time filing meritless lawsuits
PHILADELPHIA – Three lawsuits in Philadelphia are part of an effort by plaintiffs lawyers and shell companies to abuse federal law while pursuing millions of dollars for whistleblowers, the U.S. Department of Justice is alleging.
PHILADELPHIA – A rule returnable meeting happening later this month will determine the result of an objection made to a sheriff’s determination by the owner of a used car dealership in Northeast Philadelphia – one unable to strike a $235,000 judgment against him earlier this year, from a suit filed by a plaintiff injured on his business property.
PHILADELPHIA – Philadelphia-based paratransit services who say the state financially penalized them due to the alleged failure of a human resources firm to file unemployment compensation fund documents have seen their case dismissed.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge has ruled that the wife of a former Kansas City Chiefs football player cannot sue the team due to her failure to opt-out from participation as a class member in the multimillion-dollar NFL concussion litigation.
MEDIA — A daughter and mother are suing Today's Child Learning Centers Inc. and Janet Dwyer, citing alleged negligence.
PHILADELPHIA — A special education teacher is suing the School District of Philadelphia and Shauneille Taylor, citing alleged discrimination and wrongful termination.
PITTSBURGH — An office manager has filed a class action lawsuit against North American Dental Group and others seeking allegedly unpaid overtime pay.
PITTSBURGH — A woman is suing Petco Animal Supplies Stores Inc., a pet food store operator, citing alleged negligence and premises liability.
PITTSBURGH — A woman has filed a class action lawsuit against Professional Placement Services LLC, a debt collector, citing alleged abusive and deceptive debt collection practices.