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A Pennsylvania-based contractor has agreed to pay $3.5 million to the U.S. government to resolve a New Jersey federal court action alleging that the business caused a 2012 fire at a Federal Aviation Administration facility in Atlantic City, authorities announced Tuesday.
A Philadelphia-based personal injury firm wants to establish a new and flawed standard for a lawyer's duty to predict defeat in a lawsuit, DLA Piper said in a Tuesday filing in Pennsylvania, while BakerHostetler argued that the firm's suit was targeting work largely done at DLA Piper.
The Third Circuit ruled Wednesday that Pennsylvania’s Lackawanna County didn’t willfully violate the Fair Labor Standards Act when it failed to pay overtime to workers who performed multiple part-time jobs, saying that testimony from county officials generally referencing its FLSA obligations wasn’t enough for the willfulness issue to make it before a jury.
Pfizer Inc. can't break into the market with its biosimilar version of Johnson & Johnson's blockbuster biologic Remicade, as J&J and its subsidiary Janssen Biotech Inc. have been holding on to a monopoly through a multifaceted anti-competitive campaign, Pfizer told a Pennsylvania federal court Wednesday.
Sunoco Inc. on Tuesday asked the Third Circuit to review its split decision refusing to let the energy giant force arbitration in a credit card customer’s proposed class action over an allegedly broken promise for rewards at gas stations, saying that the majority “misperceived” contract law and contravened relevant court precedents.