PITTSBURGH — A Michigan company is suing Blume Honey Water LLC, Michelle Burchfiels, Douglas Q. Holmes and DHJH Holdings LLC, beverage company, citing alleged breach of contract, fraud, liability and negligent misrepresentation.
SCRANTON — A group of urologists is suing Delta Medix PC, Margo Opsasnick, Kristine Kelly, James Roche, Mark Fratalli, Anthony Brutico, Keith Pritchyk, Terrence Lenahan, Daniel Brown, and Donald Preate Jr., multi-disciplinary physician group and its non-urologist physicians, citing alleged breach of fiduciary duty, unjust enrichment and civil conspiracy.
SCRANTON — An incapacitated person, through legal guardians, is suing Scranton Manufacturing, Eagle Truck Equipment, The Cook Brothers Cos. and Mack Trucks, after he allegedly received brain damage following a fall from a garbage truck.
TOPEKA, Kansas – A recent decision reached in a federal court pertaining to breach of contract and bad faith claims in a fatal auto accident case rejects a theory from the American Law Institute’s Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance, and its recommendations for insurer liability for defense counsel conduct as “premature.”
PHILADELPHIA – A Bucks County man is suing the manufacturers of his upholstery, claiming its defective design and lack of fire-retardant barriers led to him suffering burns on one-third of his body in an apartment fire nearly three years ago.
PHILADELPHIA – New litigation filed in state court centers on a Philadelphia woman who violently fell when entering a disabled persons transport vehicle, was injured and subsequently had to have more than one of her toes amputated.
PHILADELPHIA – A man whose leg allegedly was struck by and ripped into the rotating blades of a package winding machine on the job has sued the device’s manufacturer for legal damages related to those injuries.
PHILADELPHIA – Plain Green LLC and former CEO Joel Rosette will not be required to testify in a lawsuit filed by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro against Think Finance LLC, according to an opinion issued Sept. 26 by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania dismissed a lawsuit filed by a potential class of Pennsylvania residents who have had their driver’s licenses suspended because of convictions on drug charges that did not involve a violation of traffic laws, according to an opinion issued on Sept. 25.
PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied the Center for Investigative Reporting’s request for an injunction that would prohibit the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority from setting certain restrictions on advertising placed on its buses, according to a ruling issued on Sept. 25.
PHILADELPHIA — A woman is suing Seth Hannah, Anthony Staffilino, Deborah Lorenze, Joseph M. Staffilino II and Brenda Lee Staffilino, vehicle owners and drivers, citing alleged negligent infliction of emotional distress.
PITTSBURGH — A Pennsylvania man is suing Graham R. McCollum, John R. McCollum, Regina McCollum, Iron Bull Interiors LLC, Fairbanks Holding Co. Inc., and W.F. Cody Corp., citing alleged fraud, conversion, conspiracy and unjust enrichment.