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Infection from alcohol prep pad basis for product liability claim against Teva Pharmaceuticals

By Jon Campisi | Jun 15, 2012

A New Jersey woman is suing Teva Pharmaceuticals for injuries she allegedly sustained

Court of Judicial Discipline yet to resolve suspended Supreme Court Justice Orie Melvin's pay issue

By Jon Campisi | Jun 14, 2012

A hearing in Harrisburg on Tuesday before a panel of Pennsylvania’s Court of Judicial

Class action suit filed against National Penn Bank alleging excessive overdraft fees

By Jon Campisi | Jun 14, 2012

A Northeastern Pennsylvania woman has filed a class action lawsuit against a local

$26.1 million personal injury settlement, possibly largest ever in Pa., reached in tractor-trailer death suit

By Jon Campisi | Jun 13, 2012

What’s believed to be the largest personal injury settlement ever in Pennsylvania was

Pa. woman sues Phila. Phillies and Phillie Phanatic mascot over pool-tossing incident

By Jon Campisi | Jun 13, 2012

A woman from Montgomery County who claims she sustained various injuries after the

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital faces wrongful death, med mal claim

By Jon Campisi | Jun 13, 2012

The widow of a South Jersey man who died from cardiac arrest days after being admitted

Sandusky attorney seeks to admit entire text of defendant's autobiography into evidence

By Jon Campisi | Jun 13, 2012

Attorneys for former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, whose trial on

Phila. Media Network sues Ritz Camera & Image over alleged unpaid advertising bill

By Jon Campisi | Jun 12, 2012

The owners of the region’s two most recognized daily newspapers have filed suit against a well-known area camera shop alleging the business has refused to fully compensate the publishing company for ad space bought in the papers.

Employee sues Buddhist Temple over electrical burns suffered from loose power line

By Jon Campisi | Jun 12, 2012

An employee of a Philadelphia Buddhist Temple who claims he suffered electrical burns after being shocked by a loose utility wire at the premises has filed a personal injury lawsuit against his employer in state court.

Pa. Health Dept. faces whistleblower suit by former high-up employee who alleges retaliatory firing

By Jon Campisi | Jun 12, 2012

A woman who formerly served as a special assistant to Pennsylvania’s Health Secretary

Trial attorney Mongeluzzi named as plaintiff in breach of contract suit against talent company

By Jon Campisi | Jun 12, 2012

A high-power Philadelphia trial attorney is himself named as a plaintiff in a case lawyers

Fox Chase Cancer Center faces medical malpractice claim over alleged injuries from hernia surgery

By Jon Campisi | Jun 11, 2012

A Montgomery County couple is suing Fox Case Cancer Center and one of its physicians

Phila.'s Independence Visitor Center is named in assault and battery complaint

By Jon Campisi | Jun 11, 2012

A Delaware County man and his wife who allege they were assaulted while handcuffed by private security personnel at a party at the Independence Visitor Center in Philadelphia’s historic district have filed a civil complaint against the center, the hired security firm and others in state court.

Judge allows suit by HIV-positive student against Harrisburg's Milton Hershey School to remain in Phila.

By Jon Campisi | Jun 11, 2012

A federal judge in Philadelphia recently denied a bid by a central Pennsylvania boarding

Sandusky judge denies last-minute defense attempt to have charges dismissed

By Jon Campisi | Jun 11, 2012

The judge presiding over the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse case on Friday denied a motion to dismiss charges that had earlier been filed by the former Penn State assistant football coach’s defense attorney.

Master complaint regarding former NFL players' head injuries filed at federal court in Phila.

By Jon Campisi | Jun 8, 2012

A master personal injury class action lawsuit that could cover hundreds of former

'Merit selection' proposal tabled yet again by state House Judiciary Committee

By Jon Campisi | Jun 8, 2012

For the second time in two months, a legislative panel in Harrisburg postponed a

Four new Risperdal mass torts filed at Phila. Common Pleas Court

By Jon Campisi | Jun 8, 2012

Four men, one from South Jersey, filed separate mass tort claims against the makers of

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