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.
PHILADELPHIA – Avid Radiopharmaceuticals has filed a lawsuit against the Alzheimer's Institute of America (AIA) and its chairman and founder over claims the organization's 2010 lawsuit against the pharmaceutical company over alleged patent infringement was malicious prosecution.
PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh man and U.S. Navy veteran who invested more than a half-million dollars in annuities and federal pensions claims several investment providers, including a South Carolina law firm, ran a scheme to defraud investors and specifically targeted veterans.
PITTSBURGH – A West Penn Power lineman who suffered electrical shock and burns while working as part of a mutual assistance agreement to restore power in Florida after Hurricane Irma is claiming the power companies overseeing the repairs were negligent.
PHILADELPHIA – A trustee of the Lincoln Charitable Trust is seeking to confirm an arbitration award under the terms of the Federal Arbitration Act against the Republican National Committee, for their alleged involvement in voter suppression efforts – an award the RNC claims is a “sham” and has been denied in five other courts.
PHILADELPHIA - On Aug. 8, Judge Mitchell S. Goldberg of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania green-lighted a six-figure award for two former employees who were allegedly wrongfully terminated while involved in an Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigation.
PHILADELPHIA - A Pennsylvania federal court dismissed most complaints against a pair of law firms drawn into a dispute between a lawyer and his clients who claim his failure to act caused them to lose a lawsuit.
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office is proposing to amend the rule standards contained in the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law, an action it claims is necessary but which some observers say is happening without legislative input.
PENSACOLA, Fla. – Litigation continues for a group of Pennsylvanians who sued both Bristol Myers-Squibb and Otsuka Pharmaceutical in connection with prescription medication Abilify, after multiple plaintiffs were dismissed from the suit earlier this year for defying court orders and failing to provide basic information about their claims.