PITTSBURGH – A woman who alleged she was injured by a medical mesh product from Johnson & Johnson failed to identify what the product actually was, leading to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania granting summary judgment for the defendants.
PHILADELPHIA – A man’s claims that his former employers violated the Americans with Disabilities Act when it wrongfully fired him because of his disability fell short in the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
PITTSBURGH – A New York company named as a defendant in a Pittsburgh woman's claim that she was injured by an exploding pot earlier this year asked a federal judge to dismiss the case, saying it hasn't made that pot in more than two decades.
PHILADELPHIA – A man who has now twice sought $77,000 in perceived attorney’s fees from a health care facility related to litigation involving his late father has had his bid rejected by a federal appeals court.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman who claimed government officials and medical doctors had implanted radio devices inside her body against her will to alter her mind has had her claims deemed meritless and “fanciful" and then dismissed.
PHILADELPHIA – The former acting director of development/program director for The Middle East Forum claims she was paid more than $34,000 less per year than her male counterpart with the same job in addition to being subjected to sexual assault and harassment by her male supervisor.
A now decade-long Philadelphia-based union local's claims that a Lititz contractor underpaid workers for electrical jobs during a federally funded Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) project now awaits the outcome of a special master's findings.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) — Two states have filed suit against the Environmental Protection Agency claiming the agency has failed to require the submissions of state implementation plans (SIPs) in compliance with the "Good Neighbor" provision of the Clean Air Act.
PHILADELPHIA – An Austrian company is asking a federal court to enforce a nearly $900,000 final arbitration award against Devon Medical in a dispute over a distribution agreement for the ExtriCare pump medical device.
TRENTON, N.J. – A former regional director for Starbucks is suing the company, claiming it discriminated against her and other Caucasian employees in the aftermath of the controversial arrests of two African-American men at a Philadelphia store location.
PHILADELPHIA (Legal Newsline) – A shareholder of Devon-based Zynerba, a clinical stage pharmaceutical company relating to cannabinoid (CBD) therapies, claims the company failed to disclose risks it discovered during drug trials.
PITTSBURGH – An Allegheny County man has filed a lawsuit against the maker of personal care products over allegations its "natural" products actually contain synthetic chemicals and causes consumers to be misled and pay a premium price.
PHILADELPHIA – Several Philadelphia property owners with property on Ridge Avenue allege the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA), the city and its Redevelopment Authority took their property for public use without just compensation.