PHILADELPHIA -- Civil rights claims from a former employee at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health who alleged that she experienced sexual harassment from her supervisor and was fired after speaking up have been dismissed.
PITTSBURGH – A Pennsylvania man who is legally blind is one of the plaintiffs in a suit against Taylor Made Golf Co. over allegations the company's website is not compatible with the screen-reading software used by visually impaired people.
NEWARK, N.J. — A securities litigation class action alleging a Pennsylvania company's falsified financial reports cost one investor nearly $2 million has been transferred from a federal court in New Jersey.
PHILADELPHIA (Legal Newsline) — Actress Suzanne Somers and SLC Sweet have filed suit against QVC alleging it lured her into a deal as an attempt to remove her from the dietary supplement business and market its own supplement brands.
PHILADELPHIA – An attorney and inspector with the city of Philadelphia Police Department whose Facebook comment was included in an activist group's social media database and labeled as endorsing "violence, racism and bigotry" is suing a California woman, the nonprofit associated with the database and others.
PITTSBURGH – The parent of a severely physical and intellectually disabled student is suing Pittsburgh Public Schools and others after a bus driver that transported students to the Children's Institute of Pittsburgh pleaded guilty to sexual assault and other crimes.
A federal judge has refused to sign off on a settlement for the minor son of a man killed in an all-terrain vehicle crash over deep concerns that the legal fees and costs were potentially an "inappropriate windfall" for attorneys and experts.