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Pharmaceutical co. sued by former Pa. sales rep. for retaliatory firing

By Jon Campisi | Jun 26, 2012

A former sales representative for a Massachusetts-based pharmaceutical company has

Suburban Phila. woman sues over injuries suffered during car accident caused by sleeping behind the wheel

By Jon Campisi | Jun 26, 2012

A woman from suburban Philadelphia is suing two people from North Jersey for injuries

Pa. Commonwealth Court affirms Phila. judge’s decision to uphold city’s demolition of downtown building

By Jon Campisi | Jun 26, 2012

A three-judge state appellate court panel has affirmed an earlier ruling by a Philadelphia

Attorney sues Phila. Inquirer, reporter for defamation

By The Penn Record | Jun 25, 2012

A local attorney has filed a libel lawsuit against the Philadelphia Inquirer, it’s then-

Pa. Supreme Court once again approves use of indicting grand juries

By Jon Campisi | Jun 25, 2012

Pennsylvania’s highest court approved a move late last week that supporters say will cut

Former Penn State coach Sandusky convicted of child sex-abuse, likely headed to jail for life

By Jon Campisi | Jun 25, 2012

Jerry Sandusky, the former assistant football coach for the Penn State Nittany Lions

Insurance co. sues PennDOT, SEPTA, others for damage to tour bus

By Jon Campisi | Jun 25, 2012

An insurance company has filed court papers seeking reimbursement for a claim it had to

Another Philadelphia plaintiff files asbestos mass tort in Phila. court

By Jon Campisi | Jun 22, 2012

A Philadelphia man who was diagnosed last month with mesothelioma has filed a mass

Airport worker who sustained crushed foot files injury claim against US Airways

By Jon Campisi | Jun 22, 2012

An airport worker who claims the bones in his right foot were crushed when a fellow

Sister of woman who died from Fentanyl toxicity files wrongful death claim

By Jon Campisi | Jun 22, 2012

The sister of a Philadelphia woman whose death was allegedly caused by a Fentanyl pain

Legal malpractice claim filed against Spear, Greenfield & Richman

By Jon Campisi | Jun 22, 2012

A Philadelphia man who claims attorneys he hired to represent him in a prior personal

Former Pa. Superior Court judge who was convicted of insurance fraud is disbarred

By Jon Campisi | Jun 21, 2012

A former Pennsylvania appellate court judge who was sentenced to federal prison time

Gov. Corbett's five judicial nominees for court vacancies clear Senate Judiciary Committee

By Jon Campisi | Jun 21, 2012

Five judicial nominees being pushed by Gov. Tom Corbett to fill various court vacancies

Phila. man with colon cancer files asbestos claim in Philly courts

By Jon Campisi | Jun 21, 2012

A 56-year-old Philadelphia man who claims his colon cancer is a direct result of having

U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear final appeal in Lower Merion Schools redistricting case

By Jon Campisi | Jun 20, 2012

The United State Supreme Court has declined to hear the plaintiffs’ appeal in the Lower Merion schools redistricting case.

Phila. Gun Club lawyers seek dismissal of suit over live pigeon shoots

By Jon Campisi | Jun 20, 2012

Lawyers for a suburban Philadelphia sporting organization being sued by water quality

Attorney for central Pa. newspaper reporter seeks to quash client's subpoena to testify in Sandusky case

By Jon Campisi | Jun 20, 2012

An attorney for a central Pennsylvania newspaper reporter whose articles on the case

Phila. judge grants injunction in case of union suing SEPTA over outsourced maintenance work

By Jon Campisi | Jun 19, 2012

A state trial court judge late last week put the brakes on a plan by SEPTA to outsource maintenance work on a fleet of city commuter railcars, ordering the mass transit agency and the union representing its employees to meet during the next few months to attempt to come to an agreement on the matter.

Phila. Common Pleas Court reintroduces punitive damage claims in mass tort cases

By Jon Campisi | Jun 19, 2012

Suspension of reverse bifurcation in asbestos and other mass tort claims heard at

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