A 76-year-old woman in Montgomery County alleging her doctor ignored the signs of an impending stroke has been awarded $6.3 million in her medical malpractice case.
A judge in Lackawanna County has decided in favor of the defense in a case involving sewer fees for an uninhabited house.
The family members of two Kraft factory workers who were fatally gunned down by a disgruntled employee have received an award of more than $8 million from a Philadelphia jury.
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Atlantic Community Bankers Bank, Inc. v. Daniels, PICS Case No. 15-0450 (Pa. Super. March 18, 2015) (memorandum) Jenkins, J. (23 pages).
The trial court properly enjoined plaintiffs from prosecuting defendants before the American Arbitration Association since plaintiffs' unjust enrichment and New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act claims did not arise out of plaintiffs' employment agreements, which contained an arbitration clause. Affirmed.
The court ruled that additional evidence of appellee-defendant's expert witness' financial incentives to provide a biased and favorable opinion for appellee was properly admitted. Judgment affirmed.
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