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Online horse racing platform Xpressbet LLC was sued Monday in Pennsylvania federal court by a former employee who says he was demoted and fired because he took medical leave.
A Pennsylvania appeals court said Monday it would not revive claims from a once-prominent, Pittsburgh-area businessman that his ex-wife and attorneys with Linn Law Group engaged in racketeering and abusive litigation in connection with a contentious four-year divorce proceeding.
A dishwasher at an International House of Pancakes filed a discrimination suit Monday in Pennsylvania federal court claiming a cook and other employees harassed him for not joining their prayer group and that he was eventually fired for it.
Private equity-backed BJ's Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. launched an estimated $600 million initial public offering on Monday, leading a flurry of nine companies that set price ranges on IPOs projected to surpass $1.9 billion in proceeds across several industries.
The Third Circuit found in a precedential opinion that a provision in the Immigration and Nationality Act that strips the federal courts from reviewing removal orders is unconstitutional as it applies to those with certain immigrant statuses, and that a proposed class of immigrant children are entitled to injunctive relief — despite the expedited removal orders out against them.