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Uber Technologies Inc. has urged a federal appeals court to uphold the dismissal of a complaint filed by a group of Philadelphia taxicab companies alleging they’d been subjected to unfair competition after the ride-hailing service began operating in the city.
A Pennsylvania state court judge on Tuesday threw out a lawsuit accusing Philadelphia's city controller of defaming a former city official with remarks about a so-called slush fund in which money primarily from the Philadelphia Marathon was used to pay for pet projects of former Mayor Michael Nutter.
A Pennsylvania appeals court on Friday revived a medical billing company’s claims that it was saddled with a frivolous lawsuit from a former partner meant to extort money from it after his wife lost her job there.
The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it would not hear arguments following a Third Circuit decision forcing a law firm to set aside a share of proceeds into a common benefit fund after helping settle a batch of product liability suits in Illinois over GlaxoSmithKline PLC’s diabetes drug Avandia.
Chicago-based Harrison Street Real Estate Capital LLC is paying $17 million for two medical office buildings in Northeast Philadelphia currently occupied by Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, marketer Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP announced on Tuesday.