PHILADELPHIA — One of five employees of a Lancaster-based asbestos testing company named in a woman's sexual harassment lawsuit is off the hook -- for now -- after she agreed to drop some of her claims in the case, according to a federal judge's recent opinion.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge in Pennsylvania ruled that the defendants in a case over a fax sent to a doctor did in fact have permission to send it and granted their motions for summary judgment.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia food services company is actively seeking a default judgment to be levied against a barbecue restaurant that formerly operated in Honey Brook, alleging it committed breach of contract.
PHILADELPHIA — A federal judge has ruled a holding company based in India cannot add a fraud claim and name additional defendants in its groundwater contamination dispute against a Bethlehem metal electroplating company expected to go to trial in December.
HARRISBURG — A consumer is suing Titan Gas and Power, citing alleged unfair trade practices.
HARRISBURG — A female employee is suing a university, citing alleged discrimination and retaliation.
PITTSBURGH — An energy company is suing a construction company for alleged trespassing.
PHILADELPHIA — A shopper is suing Dollar Tree and Tormax Technology Inc., a variety store and an automatic door manufacturer, citing alleged negligence, strict liability, and breach of warranties.
MEDIA — A law firm is suing a Wayne company, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
PHILADELPHIA -- A Philadelphia man who is disabled and who suffered an accident on a CTC Connect Paratransit van may have his federal lawsuit dismissed.
PHILADELPHIA – In recent litigation, a Philadelphia law firm is saying the Starbucks coffee shop located in its building has not spilled the beans, but rather, a flood of water that damaged its basement storage room.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man who launched legal action after a “horror movie-like incident” where his dog was allegedly attacked by a pair of pit bulls recently settled the case.
PHILADELPHIA — A federal judge recently tossed part of a lawsuit filed by a former Bosch Security Systems electronic technician who claims he was fired because of his age.
PITTSBURGH — A business invitee is suing Hair City Inc., citing alleged negligence.
PITTSBURGH — A business manager is suing Cambria Library Association, a former employer, citing alleged disability discrimination and wrongful termination.
MEDIA — A daughter and mother are suing Pump It UP, an entertainment facility, citing alleged negligence.
PITTSBURGH — A Hollidaysburg couple are suing Blast-All LLC, alleging negligence.
PHILADELPHIA — A rubber flooring company is suing Anna Kearns, a former employee, citing alleged breach of employment agreement.
In a decision made Oct. 26, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania upheld the trial court’s ruling that affirmed the Allegheny Township Zoning Hearing Board’s decision to allow oil and gas development near an agricultural area.