PLAINTIFF v. DEFENDANT

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Case overview

Case Number:

2:05-mc-02025

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Court:

Pennsylvania Western

Nature of Suit:

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action

Firms

  1. March 02, 2020

    Reporter Says CBS Retaliated After Red Bull Stunt Went Awry

    A septuagenarian television reporter who was injured while rolling off a 30-foot-high ramp into the Ohio River during his coverage of a Red Bull "Flugtag" said in Pennsylvania federal court that Pittsburgh's CBS affiliate is retaliating against him for using workers' compensation.

  2. February 12, 2020

    Pa. Lumber Co. Hit With $500M Clean Water Violation Suit

    A pair of sawmills outside Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, has increased stormwater runoff, fire risk and pollution of air and water, according to a federal lawsuit brought Wednesday by two neighbors who say the civil penalties could exceed $500 million for violation of various environmental laws.

  3. January 10, 2020

    Female Truck Driver Sues Over 'Sexually Hostile' Workplace

    A female truck driver was told she should be "home baking cookies," was paid less than her male co-workers and saw her shift given to a male co-worker because "he has a family to feed," according to a complaint filed Friday in Pennsylvania federal court.

  4. November 12, 2019

    Former AIG Exec Says He Was Fired For Helping DOJ Audit

    A former executive at American International Group sued the insurer over allegations he was denied raises and ultimately fired for, among other things, working with an independent monitor installed by the U.S. Department of Justice as part of a fraud settlement.

  5. October 08, 2019

    Dick's Says Exec Must Give Back $750K After Jumping Ship

    Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. sued its ex-chief technology officer in Pennsylvania federal court Tuesday, alleging the former executive has to return half of his $1.5 million signing bonus because he left the company after less than two years.

  6. August 27, 2019

    Breakaway Pa. Union Sues AFL-CIO To Recover Dues, Books

    The AFL-CIO should return books and membership dues it improperly held onto when a Pennsylvania water utility workers' union split away from the national organization, according to a lawsuit filed in Pittsburgh federal court Tuesday.

  7. August 26, 2019

    US Steel Owes Up To $50M For Post-Fire Pollution, Suit Says

    The Clean Air Council sued U.S. Steel Corp. on Monday, alleging it racked up as much as $50 million in potential federal penalties by failing to report releases of hydrogen sulfide and other substances after a Christmas Eve fire. 

  8. July 10, 2019

    Workers Say Harbor Freight Fixed Time Sheets To Avoid OT

    Harbor Freight Tools USA Inc. violated state and federal overtime laws by making employees clock out for meal breaks regardless of whether they kept working during the break time, according to a proposed class action filed Wednesday in Pennsylvania federal court.

  9. June 14, 2019

    PNC Accused Of Stiffing Call Center Workers On OT

    PNC Bank and its parent company failed to pay call center workers for their overtime hours by making them read work-related emails off the clock and keeping them at work during meal breaks, according to a proposed class action filed Friday in Pennsylvania federal court.

  10. March 15, 2019

    Walmart Sued For Discriminating Against Female Employees

    Three women who were part of a nationwide class of current and former Walmart Inc. workers that was dissolved by the U.S. Supreme Court filed a new federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania on Friday alleging they were discriminated against on the basis of their gender.

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