Being Sued? Stay Cool, Calm & Collected With These 3 Consequential GuidelinesDo yourself and your small business a favor by not panicking, and adhering to these tips.
Another Local Lawsuit Filed Against AmtrakThe lawsuits are piling up against Amtrak for two deadly derailments in the Philadelphia area.
Johnson & Johnson Just Lost Another Talcum Powder Cancer LawsuitJohnson & Johnson has suffered its second costly court defeat in less than three months over claims its talcum powder caused cancer.
Lawsuit Says Starbucks' Iced Drinks Have Too Much IceA Starbucks customer from Chicago has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the coffee chain, accusing it of using too much ice in its cold drinks.
Philadelphia Man Files Federal Lawsuit Against SEPTA After Company Refuses To Hire HimA bus driver rejected from a job at SEPTA has filed a federal lawsuit claiming the agency misused his background check to disqualify him from the position.
Official: Bogus Lawsuit Filed In Name Of Gabby Giffords' ShooterTwo bogus lawsuits that raised eyebrows for their claims— including that Tucson shooter Jared Lee Loughner was framed— are being separately investigated by federal authorities.
Popular Lip Balm Center Of Class Action LawsuitLawyers say EOS’s claim that it uses only the best and natural ingredients is false.
Cosby's Wife To Be Deposed In Defamation Case Next MonthThe proposal calls for depositions and other documents subpoenaed or produced during the pretrial discovery phase to remain confidential for 14 days.
Lawsuit: Cleaner In Beer Left Ex-Cop Severely InjuredA retired New Jersey police officer is suing an Atlantic City restaurant, alleging a draft beer he ordered three years ago contained a corrosive cleaner that severely injured him.
Local Pharmaceutical Company Facing Lawsuit Over Birth Control PackagingMore than 100 women have filed a lawsuit against a Chester County pharmaceutical company. They say they took birth control pills that were incorrectly packaged -- and then got pregnant -- and are now seeking millions in damages.
Ten Of The World's Largest Car Makers Face Major LawsuitThe suit claims the deaths of the 13 people that happened as a result of the poisoning that could have been prevented if an inexpensive feature was added to the cars that would turn off unattended engines.
I-TEAM INVESTIGATES: Penn State Fraternity “House Of Horrors”A former fraternity pledge turned whistleblower speaks out about the Penn State hazing scandal.

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