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Disabled vet sues VisionQuest National over failure to hire

By Jon Campisi | Mar 21, 2014

A disabled veteran who had worked as a childcare worker for a central

Ethicon, J&J remove pelvic mesh suit from Phila. CCP to federal court

By Jon Campisi | Mar 20, 2014

Drug company Johnson & Johnson and medical device manufacturer

Former Phila. Bar Assoc. chancellor awarded during Conference of County Bar Leaders

By Jon Campisi | Mar 20, 2014

Former Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Kathleen D. Wilkinson was

Muslim employee sues Phila. Gas Works over retaliation for refusal to shave beard

By Jon Campisi | Mar 20, 2014

A Philadelphia Gas Works employee claims in a newly filed civil suit that

Ross Feller Casey files second testosterone gel injury complaint in Phila.

By Jon Campisi | Mar 19, 2014

For the second time in as many weeks, a Philadelphia personal injury law

Parents of seriously injured harness-racing driver file suit against racetrack

By Jon Campisi | Mar 19, 2014

Relatives of a harness-racing driver who sustained traumatic brain injuries

Commonwealth Court panel affirms Phila. judge's decision to toss slip-and-fall complaint against city

By Jon Campisi | Mar 19, 2014

A state appellate court panel has affirmed a trial judge’s decision to toss a

Former Spector Gadon & Rosen trusts and estates lawyer pleads guilty to wire fraud

By Jon Campisi | Mar 18, 2014

A former lawyer with the Philadelphia law firm Spector Gadon & Rosen

SEPTA rider accuses driver of sexually assaulting her during bus ride

By Jon Campisi | Mar 18, 2014

A bus driver for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is named as a defendant in a civil suit that accuses him of sexually assaulting a mass transit rider two years ago.

Mother sues Milton Hershey School over daughter’s strip search

By Jon Campisi | Mar 18, 2014

The mother of a boarding school student claims in a civil filing that the

Amputee involved in accident with undocumented worker sues Homeland Security, ICE over failure to divulge man’s whereabouts

By Jon Campisi | Mar 18, 2014

A woman whose legs were amputated following a vehicle accident caused by an undocumented immigrant has filed a complaint against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement over claims that the government is denying her access to the man’s records.

Federal judge declines jurisdiction in insurer's declaratory judgement action

By Jon Campisi | Mar 17, 2014

A federal judge in Philadelphia has declined to exercise jurisdiction over a

Injury suit, possibly first of its kind in Phila., filed against makers of 'Low T' drug Testim

By Jon Campisi | Mar 17, 2014

Philadelphia personal injury firm Ross Feller Casey filed suit in state court

Pittsburgh attorney pleads guilty to two counts of underreporting income tax

By Jon Campisi | Mar 14, 2014

A Western Pennsylvania lawyer has pleaded guilty to federal tax charges.

Phila. cop, subject of numerous excessive force suits, charged by D.A. with official oppression

By Jon Campisi | Mar 13, 2014

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has charged a city police officer

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