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In the second installment of this three-part legislative preview, Rich Ehisen of State Net Capitol Journal examines a number of issues that should keep state lawmakers occupied next year.
Johnson & Johnson must face an antitrust suit accusing the drugmaker of foisting the brand drug Remicade on pharmacies and preventing them from carrying competing biosimilars, according to a Pennsylvania federal judge's ruling released Friday.
A woman who claims she was injured on a Philadelphia bus when an intoxicated passenger grabbed her neck after the vehicle accelerated can't prove the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority was negligent, a Pennsylvania appeals court ruled Thursday.
Verizon was slapped with class claims in Pennsylvania federal court Friday alleging that the wireless giant failed to pay customer service representatives overtime wages for time spent reviewing emails and doing other work when they were formally off the clock.
A pipeline construction contractor filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania state court Thursday claiming that EQT Gathering LLC is refusing to pay a nearly $2 million bill for cleaning up another company’s spill on its construction site.