Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Associate Malcolm J. Ingram has been appointed Interim President of the African-American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ and DE (AACC).
Rochelle Fedullo, the Chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, has appointed Fox Rothschild partner Jacqueline G. Segal to be Parliamentarian of the Philadelphia Bar Association Board of Governors for 2019.
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, in partnership with the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce, will host a Business Breakfast Briefing at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center on Friday, March 15, where McNees attorney Joe Sileo will present “What Employers Need to Know About I-9 Compliance.” The presentation runs from 8:00 a.m.
PHILADELPHIA – A father-daughter pair of plaintiffs from the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia suing their property owner and manager for alleged exposure to both mold and insecticides in their apartment have been ordered by a state court judge to respond to the defendant's discovery requests.
HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania appeals court has ruled that a lower court incorrectly interpreted the Dragonetti Act in deciding to let a request for sanctions against defense counsel in a medical malpractice trial proceed.
PITTSBURGH — A longtime employee's federal lawsuit against his former employer for allegedly failing to accommodate his condition of claustrophobia follows a series of similar cases introduced since a change in disabilities law in 2008.
PHILADELPHIA – Minnesota-based 3M finds itself the target of litigation from U.S. military veterans nationwide, who claim the company’s Combat-Arms Earplugs, worn by troops from 2003-2015, were the proximate cause of hearing damage and deafness to countless military service members.
The following insurance-related cases were on the docket in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania on March 12. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:
The following product liability-related cases were on the docket in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on March 11. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:
PHILADELPHIA – Due to a continuance, arbitration sessions have been rescheduled for a matter involving an HIV/AIDS nonprofit who claims an Atlanta-based singer it paid an advance to perform at one of its gala events wasn’t able to attend and didn’t refund the advance she received.
The following personal injury-related cases were on the docket in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania on March 12. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact: