Consolidated Rail Corp., known as Conrail, filed its motion in U.S. District Court in Camden on Tuesday, four days after a complaint was filed by more than two dozen individuals and business owners.
The NCAA is now on its own in the legal battle over whether athletes should share in the money made from the use of their likenesses.
The first wrongful-death lawsuit over a Philadelphia building collapse has been filed by the family of an art school graduate killed inside a thrift store.
US judge: NFL, players reach proposed $765M settlement of concussion-related lawsuits.
Kate Gosselin has filed a lawsuit accusing her ex-husband, Jon, of stealing her hard drive and hacking into her phone and computer to get material.
Fifteen first responders have filed a lawsuit claiming Conrail was negligent in the aftermath of a train derailment and chemical spill in southern New Jersey last year.
Pennsylvania officials are asking a court to stop Montgomery County from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The NCAA asked a Pennsylvania court on Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the family of the late coach Joe Paterno that seeks to overturn the sanctions against Penn State for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Jason Peters will get nearly $2 million in a lawsuit over a rolling walker.
Company spokeswoman Christina Mueller-Curran says employees of 16 McDonald’s restaurants in northeastern Pennsylvania will be given the option of getting paid via direct deposit or paper check.
Three lawsuits brought by men who said former Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash sexually abused them when they were underage were tossed out by a federal judge who said in a decision published Monday that the men waited too long to sue.
Federal authorities on Thursday accused the Reading Parking Authority in southeastern Pennsylvania of discriminating against Hispanic employees by ignoring years’ worth of ethnic slurs and threats made against them by co-workers and supervisors.
Lawyers for former student athletes are seeking to turn their lawsuit against the NCAA over compensation into a class action representing thousands of collegiate competitors.
The song was written by Mildred and Patty Hill and sold in 1893 with the agreement the Hill’s would receive a percentage of sheet music sales.
Thirty-six-year-old Felicia Hill appeared before reporters with her attorney, Emmett Madden.