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  1. June 25, 2021

    Hotel Boss Fired Worker For Being Trans, Suit Says

    A transgender former employee at Extended Stay America Inc. has sued the hotelier in Pennsylvania federal court, claiming discrimination because the facility's manager allegedly made comments such as, "You are a guy not a girl," and made good on his threats to fire her.

  2. March 23, 2021

    FedEx Worker Says Taking Time Off For Anxiety Got Him Fired

    A former FedEx Ground operations analyst slapped the delivery giant with a lawsuit Tuesday in Pennsylvania federal court, claiming the company violated state and federal laws when it fired him for taking time off to deal with an anxiety disorder.

  3. March 12, 2021

    AMC, ViacomCBS Unit Sued Over Visually Impaired Access

    Two visually impaired consumers sued AMC Premiere and ViacomCBS subsidiary Pluto Inc. in separate suits in Pennsylvania federal court this week, accusing the streaming services of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to offer descriptive audio tracks on their video content.

  4. March 12, 2021

    Amazon Hit With ADA Suit After Medical Pot Patient's Firing

    Amazon Logistics Inc. has been sued by a prospective delivery driver who alleged that the company rescinded a job offer during training after his positive marijuana test, despite assurances that his medical marijuana treatment would not affect his hire.

  5. January 13, 2021

    Ill. Ford Seller Says 'All-Risk' Policy Must Include COVID-19

    An Illinois-based Ford dealership has hit Pennsylvania-based Erie Insurance Exchange with a proposed class action, alleging Wednesday that the carrier wrongfully denied coverage after the dealership suffered revenue loss from being forced to cut 75% of its capacity amid the pandemic.

  6. December 21, 2020

    Pa. Atty Says Former Firm Hid Revenue To Withhold Pay

    A Pittsburgh lawyer has accused his former law firm of hiding revenue from a whistleblower case he worked on to avoid paying the compensation he was contractually owed.

  7. December 17, 2020

    American Bank Systems Sued Over Ransomware Data Breach

    An Oklahoma-based document-management company for banks failed to protect private information from a ransomware attack, leading to exposure of bank customers' information online, according to a proposed class action filed in Pennsylvania federal court Wednesday.

  8. November 19, 2020

    Insurer Wants Fellow Carrier To Cover $11M Death Settlement

    Evanston Insurance Co. told a Pennsylvania federal judge that Western World Insurance Co. owes it $3 million for not fulfilling its duty as a primary insurer to pay for an $11 million employee death and bodily injury claim settlement for a gas plant company. 

  9. November 12, 2020

    Axed PwC Director Alleges Age, Gender Bias

    A former PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP director accused the company of systemically clearing out older female workers in a lawsuit filed Thursday in Pennsylvania federal court, roping PwC into a fresh age bias battle after it ponied up nearly $12 million in March to settle similar charges.

  10. November 10, 2020

    Minor League Baseball Team Swings At Virus Loss Coverage

    A group of companies that operate a minor league baseball team and stadium sued the Cincinnati Insurance Company in Pennsylvania federal court Tuesday alleging the insurer's failure to cover them for COVID-19-related losses is a violation of their "all-risk" policy, which contains a pollutants exclusion but not a virus exclusion.

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