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Latest News in Pennsylvania

  • August 17, 2018

    Bowles Rice, Insurer Resolve $41M Fight On Eve Of Trial

    Bowles Rice has resolved a $41 million fight with a title insurer stemming from a troubled coal plant build and averted a trial that was set to start Monday, according to a lawyer involved in the case, heading off what at least one expert said was a sizable threat to the firm in the face of its limited malpractice coverage.

  • August 17, 2018

    Egg Producers Cite 3rd Circ. Ruling In Scramble To Exit MDL

    Several egg producers asked a Pennsylvania federal judge Friday to toss a decade-old egg product price-fixing lawsuit against them, arguing that a recent Third Circuit ruling meant that only direct purchasers could sue the farmers in the multidistrict litigation.

  • August 17, 2018

    Ex-Lannett Execs Face Derivative Suit Over Antitrust Probes

    A shareholder of Lannett Co. Inc. has slapped several former executives at the generic-drug maker with a derivative lawsuit in Pennsylvania federal court, accusing them of orchestrating a damaging price-fixing scheme to artificially inflate the firm’s stock price.

  • August 17, 2018

    NY, Others 'Stand Ready' To Fight Over Scientific Study Rule

    A coalition of 15 states, the District of Columbia and others threatened to sue the Environmental Protection Agency over a proposed rule requiring disclosure of the scientific study data behind regulations, saying Friday the coalition will go to court if the agency proceeds with “this misguided effort.”

  • August 17, 2018

    PennDOT Wants Out Of Pittsburgh Artist's Lost-Murals Suit

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is seeking to duck a Pittsburgh artist's federal lawsuit over the destruction of his murals, arguing Thursday that as a state agency it has sovereign immunity from the man's claims.

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