The Delaware County Court of Common Pleas reported the following activity in the suit brought by Jessica Johnson against Kellie Knights on Dec. 5: 'Entry Of Appearance - Randy M. Kenny, On Behalf Of Plaintiff, Jessica Johnson - E-Filed'.
The Delaware County Court of Common Pleas reported the following activity in the suit brought by Wells Fargo Bank, National Association against Scully, E. William on Dec. 5: 'Receipt #344014 For $297.25 Paid For By Kenya Bates'.
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania reported the following activities in the suit brought by Wilmington Trust, National Association, against Herbert F. Reid and Herbert J. Reid Iii on Dec. 3.
The Delaware County Court of Common Pleas reported the following activities in the suit brought by Commonwealth of PA Department of Revenue against Brittney E. Nix Crawford and Matthew J. Crawford on Dec. 5.
PHILADELPHIA – Through a pair of case dismissals, it seems two federal judges in Philadelphia have sided with the view of the Trump Administration, which said private attorneys wasted more than 1,500 hours of its time with frivolous whistleblower lawsuits filed against major players in the American health care industry.
HARRISBURG – A number of officials have been dismissed from a lawsuit filed against the Borough of Gettysburg by a local business owner, who alleged they re-instituted a decades-old parking ordinance in order to retaliate against her for leading an opposition to a zoning dispute.
PITTSBURGH – A plumbing company named in a lawsuit from a notable Pennsylvania plaintiffs’ law firm has discounted itself from liability claims levied by the firm and fellow defendants that a faulty water supply hose leaked and led to damage in the firm’s Pittsburgh offices.
PITTSBURGH – A man accused of spitting on and striking the wife of his son’s youth hockey coach has claimed he can’t prepare an adequate defense because they haven’t responded to his request for documents and interrogatories, and a state court judge agreed.
HARRISBURG – On Nov. 20, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania’s Western District determined that employers cannot use a fluctuating work week (FWW) method to calculate overtime for nonexempt, salaried employees.
The following cases categorized as "civil nr - judgment - mdj transfer" were on the docket in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas on Nov. 27. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:
The following cases categorized as "contract" were on the docket in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on Nov. 27. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact: