PHILADELPHIA — An American Airlines attendant based in Philadelphia who allegedly lost use of one eye when an overhead bin she was attempting to unlatch flew open and a laptop struck her alleges The Boeing Co. is liable for her injuries.
PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia-based financial services firm is suing a former employee and his current employer over a contract dispute involving a nearly $2.5 million promissory note and the alleged misappropriation of confidential information.
PITTSBURGH — The former chief executive officer and president of Cornerstone Television (CTVN) has filed suit against the Christian broadcast and satellite television network claiming wrongful termination, slander and the network's use of his copyrighted intellectual property.
HOUSTON – Pennsylvania's Cambria County Employees Retirement System has filed a class action lawsuit against a chemical maker, its executives and several investment firms after CCERS was allegedly burned by stock shares that plummeted in value following a devastating fire.
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro wants to supplement regulations which are part of a state consumer protection law, but law scholars and business groups are concerned that he is trying to create a state anti-trust statute in doing so.
“Good Day Philadelphia” anchor Karen Hepp has taken issue with social sites like Facebook and Reddit for allegedly broadcasting an image taken without her knowledge on several commercial websites, including one for erectile dysfunction.
PHILADELPHIA – U.S. District Court Judge Mitchell S. Goldberg on Sept. 16 ruled in favor of USAA Casualty Insurance and against Susan J. Koehler in her bid for a partial summary judgment in an insurance dispute.
PHILADELPHIA – A law firm representing various creditors and utilizing "post-judgment depositions" as part of its debt recovery efforts has been denied its motion to dismiss a class action suit brought against the firm alleging violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Philadelphia – U.S. District Court Judge Joseph F. Leeson denied, for the second time, a motion for reconsideration by Aurellio Bonilla in his lawsuit against the city of Allentown and the Allentown Police Pension Fund Association.
PITTSBURGH – A provider of fee-based wealth management services with offices in Greensburg and Pittsburgh alleges a former employee and former principal misappropriated trade secrets to solicit clients on their new company's behalf
HARRISBURG – The owner of several Gettysburg businesses is suing the Borough of Gettysburg, its mayor and council claiming they re-instituted a decades-old parking ordinance in order to retaliate against her for leading an opposition to a zoning dispute.
PITTSBURGH – The family of a man who died of renal cancer is suing the manufacturers and distributors of the generic blood pressure medication he took alleging the medication contained misbranded ingredients and were illegally distributed and sold.