Vijay Singh is suing the PGA Tour over the way it handled the investigation of his use of deer antler spray.
In a Health Watch exclusive, Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl follows up on a story we first told you about last month.
With perhaps billions of dollars at stake, a hearing Tuesday over concussion litigation filed against the NFL promises to be a contest between legal lions.
A Levittown couple describes the terrifying moments as, they claim, a Sergeant from the Bucks County Sheriff’s Department roughed them up, then falsely arrested them inside their home.
The high court on Wednesday overturned a lower court decision to certify as a class customers who say the company’s monopoly in parts of the Philadelphia area allowed it to raise prices unfairly.
The parents of a young Pennsylvania girl who was sexually molested by their neighbor have sued the man in a bid to force him to buy their house.
The former voice of the “Sesame Street” character Elmo is being sued by a man who claims the entertainer lured him into drug-fueled sex when he was 16.
A railroad is offering parents in southern New Jersey a settlement stemming from a derailment that would make it difficult for their children to sue if they get sick in the future.
The first lawsuit against Carnival Cruise Lines was filed on Friday and more are expected in the coming days.
Toyota said Thursday it will pay $29 million to 29 states and American Samoa as part of a settlement related to its safety recalls.
The City of Philadelphia says the company that makes Yuengling beer owes $6.6 million in back taxes.
Plaintiff Carl Greene is seeking nearly $1 million in lost wages and benefits, plus damages, after his 2010 firing from the Philadelphia Housing Authority.
Subway is apologizing that its “Footlong” sandwiches fell short of expectations.
By Jim Donovan: Two New Jersey men have filed a proposed class action complaint in the Superior Court of New Jersey against Subway Sandwich Shops, alleging that Subway’s “Footlong” sandwich is consistently and significantly less […]
Plaintiffs’ lawyer Stephen DeNittis says the company should either make their sandwiches 12 inches long or stop advertising them as footlongs.