A Reading Hospital office worker's Family and Medical Leave Act claim has allowed the Third Circuit to set a standard for when an employee's right to return to work is triggered.
- Ex-Attorney's Unauthorized Practice of Law Conviction Upheld
- Chancery Court Applies McWane Doctrine to First-Filed Arbitration
- Secant Dismissed From Pelvic-Mesh Mass Tort
- Third Circuit Ruling Reverses Judge in Batson Challenge Case
- Justices Deny Rohm and Haas' Appeal in Brain-Cancer Case
- Implied Warranty Doesn't Extend to Subsequent Home Buyers
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Subsequent home buyers may not sue for breach of an implied warranty of habitability, the state Supreme Court has ruled.
When Virginia resident Morgan Lee Hanks' Mitsubishi Pajero collided with the Dodge Durango driven by Pennsylvania native Brian Mark Patton, who died in the accident, the ensuing motor vehicle litigation was anything but ordinary.