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Phila. Jury Awards Families of Slain Factory Workers

By Max Mitchell |

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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Family of Woman Killed in Head-on Collision Awarded

By Max Mitchell |

The family of a woman killed in a multiple-vehicle collision has received an award of nearly $1.5 million from a Monroe County jury.

Pa. Justices Deny McNeil's Appeal in $10M Motrin Case

By Gina Passarella |

The state Supreme Court has denied an appeal by the maker of Children's Motrin in a case that resulted in a $10 million verdict for a family of a 3-year-old severely injured after taking several doses of the medicine.

Monroe County Jury Awards $1.5M in Multi-Vehicle Crash

By Max Mitchell |

The family of a woman killed in a multiple-vehicle collision has received an award of nearly $1.5 million from a Monroe County jury.

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Philadelphia Jury Awards Paralyzed Heroin Addict

By Max Mitchell |

A Philadelphia jury has awarded more than $6 million to a heroin addict who was paralyzed from the chest down due to alleged negligent medical treatment.

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Lawyer Ordered to Repay Millions for Diverting Assets

By Gina Passarella |

A federal judge ordered a suspended Bridgeport attorney and his law firm to pay $18.4 million in restitution for his alleged misuse of millions of dollars in funds from several employee-benefit plans.

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Transport Company Settles After Car Collision

By Gina Passarella |

Plaintiff Michael Spadine claimed injuries from a Nov. 3, 2009, motor vehicle accident in which defendant Richard Kemmerer collided with Spadine's car and fled the scene.

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New Sales Strategy Deemed Breach of Contract

By Lizzy McLellan |

A federal judge has ruled in favor of a former employee of Virtual Officeware LLC, after a new sales strategy resulted in a breach of contract.

Cephalon's Profits Fair Game in FTC Suit

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

The Federal Trade Commission can go after six years of Cephalon’s profits in a reverse-payment case against the pharmaceutical company, a federal judge has ruled.

Access to Facebook Profile Denied in Class Action Lawsuit

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

The woman bringing a potential class action against the maker of treats that allegedly killed her dog doesn’t have to open her Facebook account to the defense, a federal judge has ruled.

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Jury Returns Defense Verdict in Limited Tort Case

By Lizzy McLellan |

A Lackawanna County jury has decided in favor of the defendant in a 2009 motor vehicle case.

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Bars Settle With Family of Man Beaten to Death

The estate of a 23-year-old man beaten to death after a night out in the Old City section of Philadelphia has settled for $7 million with the bars that served the man's attackers, according to lawyers in the case.

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Energy Company Settles Overtime Suit

An oil-and-gas drilling support services company has settled for $1.25 million a class action suit alleging that it failed to pay overtime.

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Phila. Jury Awards Woman Paralyzed After Spinal Surgery

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

April Mendel, a former school-bus driver, was awarded roughly $4.9 million by a Philadelphia jury after becoming a paraplegic from a post-spinal surgery infection.

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Investors Awarded For Adviser's Fiduciary Breaches

By Max Mitchell |

An arbitrator awarded two investors more than $48.4 million for the alleged misrepresentations of a registered investment adviser and investment firm that the claimants' counsel said bordered on a Ponzi scheme.

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Delco Jury Awards Stroke Victim in Med Mal Case

By P.J. Dannunzio |

A man who claimed his stroke was the result of a doctor's failure to treat his high blood pressure has been awarded a verdict of roughly $7.4 million by a Delaware County jury.

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Sewer Fees Not Required at Widow's Unoccupied House

A judge in Lackawanna County has decided in favor of the defense in a case involving sewer fees for an uninhabited house.

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UPenn, Avid Win Attorney Fees in Patent Case

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

The University of Pennsylvania and Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, which had each been accused of infringing on patents related to Alzheimer's disease research, were awarded attorney fees in the case after they were victorious in a federal jury trial three years ago.

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Architectural Firm to Pay College for Using Unlicensed Personnel

The Community College of Philadelphia was awarded $5.5 million in its suit against an architectural firm for using unlicensed personnel to work on the construction of a new campus facility.

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Jury Awards Punitives for Kraft Factory Shooting

By Max Mitchell |

A Philadelphia jury awarded more than $38.5 million in punitive damages to the estates of two Kraft employees who were fatally gunned down by a disgruntled co-worker.

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Stroke Victim Gets Verdict for Allegedly Ignored Symptoms

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

A 76-year-old woman in Montgomery County alleging her doctor ignored the signs of an impending stroke was awarded $6.3 million in her medical malpractice case.

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Janssen Prevails in Second Phila. Risperdal Trial

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

The jury in the second Risperdal mass-tort case in Philadelphia, while finding that Janssen Pharmaceuticals failed to warn about the risk of male breast growth from the drug, determined that the drug did not cause the plaintiff's gynecomastia.

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Carpenter Secures Settlement in Forklift Incident

By Lizzy McLellan |

A union carpenter who was injured on the job reached settlement with the heating and air conditioning subcontractor whose employee allegedly struck the plaintiff with a forklift.

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Family Awarded After Costa Rican Crash

By P.J. Dannunzio |

A federal judge awarded $4.5 million to a family injured in Costa Rica when a resort-owned shuttle bus crashed and partially flipped over.

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Jury Awards Plaintiff In Sex Bias Case

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

A federal jury in Pittsburgh awarded $12.5 million in punitive damages to a woman who was routinely called a "bitch" by her male colleagues at an insulation manufacturing plant in southwest Pennsylvania.

Citizens Bank Loses Identity Theft Lawsuit in Third Circuit

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

Citizens Bank lost its bid to recover what it lost from an alleged identity-theft scheme run through a medical billing company.

Pa. Superior Court Revives Chest-Tube Med Mal Case

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

The case of a man who developed complications from having a surgical tube left inside of him years after an operation can proceed after initially being dismissed, the state Superior Court has ruled.

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Bicyclist Gets Settlement After Collision With Truck

By Lizzy McLellan |

A bicyclist has recovered $2.6 million in a settlement with various defendants following a 2012 crash with a mattress store truck.

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Jury Awards Drone Maker in Patent Case

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

An American drone maker has won $7.8 million in damages from a French competitor that infringed on its patents.