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Judge tosses murderer's second amended defamation complaint against local newspapers

By Jon Campisi | Sep 16, 2013

A judge has, for the second time, dismissed a lawsuit by a convicted

'Emotional distress' claim against Bristol S.D. dismissed; discrimination claim can proceed

By Jon Campisi | Sep 16, 2013

A former African American student will be allowed to pursue claims that a suburban Philadelphia school district discriminated against him when they falsely accused him of cheating and then subjected him to harsher punishment than two white students who actually did cheat in school.

Independent produce supplier sues wholesale market, others over marketplace injury

By Jon Campisi | Sep 16, 2013

A self-employed produce supplier alleges in a civil complaint that he

State senator from Phila. introduces anti-'SLAPP' legislation

By Jon Campisi | Sep 16, 2013

A state senator from eastern Pennsylvania has introduced legislation to

Best Buy petitions U.S. District Court to take jurisdiction over injury claim by Phila. couple

By Jon Campisi | Sep 13, 2013

A Bucks County lawyer representing Best Buy in a personal injury case filed last month by a Philadelphia couple has filed a petition to transfer the civil action from state court to federal court.

Bayer Healthcare named in discriminatory firing complaint by former sales rep

By Jon Campisi | Sep 13, 2013

A former Bayer Healthcare employee has filed a discrimination complaint against the company, claiming she experienced disparate treatment due to her race and was subsequently fired by the defendant for reasons that the plaintiff alleges were pretextual.

Pa. Bar Assoc. recommends four state appellate court judges for retention

By Jon Campisi | Sep 13, 2013

All four Pennsylvania appellate court judges facing retention votes in the

Pa. AG charges XTO Energy with illegal wastewater discharge from 'fracking' site

By Jon Campisi | Sep 12, 2013

A subsidiary of Exxon Mobil that reached a settlement with the federal

FEMA faces suit over insurance dispute relating to losses from two hurricanes

By Jon Campisi | Sep 12, 2013

A Montgomery County business has filed a civil complaint against the Federal Emergency Management Agency that accuses the governmental body of failing to inspect the plaintiff’s premises immediately after a flood occurred, resulting in additional monetary losses.

Federal judge remands Paxil case with long procedural history to Phila. Common Pleas Court

By Jon Campisi | Sep 11, 2013

A U.S. District Court judge has granted remand in a Paxil products liability

Chester County company seeks $140K-plus in breach of contract claim against Colorado business

By Jon Campisi | Sep 11, 2013

A Chester County company is seeking to have a federal judge order a Colorado business to fork over more than $140,000 in funds the plaintiff claims it is owed because the defendant defaulted on a contract.

N.J. man sustained facial fractures in deck renovating incident, suit alleges

By Jon Campisi | Sep 10, 2013

A Garden State man claims he sustained serious facial injuries at a suburban Philadelphia home where he was hired to do improvements.

Traveler sues TSA agent for injuries sustained at Phila. International Airport

By Jon Campisi | Sep 9, 2013

A suburban Philadelphia woman is suing the Transportation Security Administration over allegations that she sustained a variety of injuries after a TSA agent knocked her to the ground while the plaintiff was preparing to board a San Francisco-bound flight at Philadelphia International Airport last year.

Alpha Centurion Security named in class action suit over wage issue

By Jon Campisi | Sep 9, 2013

A former employee of Alpha Centurion Security has filed a class action complaint against the company over claims that the defendant is violating federal law by levying a large finance charge on workers who request an advance on their pay.

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