The former vice president of labor relations law at FedEx Corp. has joined Littler Mendelson PC in the firm's Atlanta office.
Citing four separate errors by the state court, a Florida appeals court has overturned a jury verdict ordering Honeywell International Inc. to pay more than $24 million to a local doctor who developed terminal cancer after allegedly being exposed to asbestos from brake pads produced by a former unit of the company.
Two former of counsel at Hagens Berman Sobol & Shapiro LLP accused of violating a $360,000 employment contract and refusing to divulge the identities of potential clients after the firm hired them to expand its practice are appealing a Washington district court's denial of their attempt to transfer the suit to Pennsylvania.
The state of Connecticut on Tuesday smacked jailed garbage-hauling honcho James Galante with an antitrust suit looking to recover millions of dollars for customers who lost out when he allegedly inflated prices and rigged bids for trash-hauling contracts.
A federal judge has granted conditional collective certification to a billing analyst at Level 3 Communications LLC who has accused the company of misclassifying its analysts as exempt from federal overtime pay regulations.
Pennsylvania convenience store chain Sheetz Inc. reportedly has reached a settlement with Coronet Foods Inc., a now-bankrupt supplier that allegedly provided Sheetz with tomatoes tainted with salmonella.
Having already failed to make headway in a putative class action alleging NutriSystem Inc. misled investors about its prospects and inflated its stock price, shareholders have fared little better in taking the weight-loss company’s brass to task over the company's downturn in 2007.
A federal judge has refused to reconsider her dismissal of Wachovia Corp.'s previous bid to toss out a racketeering suit brought by the liquidation trustee for bankrupt beverage company Le-Nature’s Inc.
Contending that it was pushed into financial distress in part by onerous duties related to its manufacturing operations in China, heavy-duty tire producer GPX International Tire Corp. has filed for bankruptcy protection with a plan to break apart and sell its business as three separate units.
A member of a Pittsburgh-area hospital system targeted in a collective action over meal break pay practices has asked a federal judge to levy sanctions against plaintiffs counsel Thomas & Solomon LLP for sending mailings to potential plaintiffs allegedly in violation of a court order.
A federal judge has dismissed a putative class action brought by an American who accused four foreign airlines, including Deutsche Lufthansa AG and Air France, of conspiring to fix the price of air travel between Europe and Japan.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and four other states that filed a Clean Air Act suit against Allegheny Energy Inc. over allegedly unapproved and emission-increasing changes to coal-fired power plants have asked a federal judge to disqualify himself from the case.
A federal appeals court has found that the government wrongfully accused two former high-level officials of a Pennsylvania government-funded contracting agency of honest services fraud against the U.S. Navy, while upholding their convictions on honest services fraud charges against their former employers.
A group of current and former assistant branch rental managers for Enterprise Rent-A-Car Co. Inc. are seeking conditional certification for a proposed collective action accusing the company of failing to pay them overtime.
A group of Michigan-based AT&T Corp. call center workers has won conditional class certification in a wage-and-hour battle against the telecommunications giant.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has fined natural gas producer Cabot Oil and Gas Corp. $56,650 for three chemical spills at its facility in Susquehanna County.
In an effort to prevent a repeat of the 2008 financial system collapse, Obama administration officials have promised to end the reign of “too big to fail” thinking, in part by expanding the authority of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
In a split decision, Pennsylvania's high court has ruled that two individuals who sued over asbestos-related increased risk of cancer claims and settled with several companies in 1993 can go forward with lawsuits against a new defendant for claims arising out of the actual cancer diagnosis.
New York's highest court has determined that two excess insurers are not required to provide coverage to Pepper Hamilton LLP for legal actions stemming from a client's fraud, saying the law firm was obligated to inform the insurers about the possibility of the lawsuits before the policies were issued.
A federal appeals court has remanded a conspiracy charge against Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas and his son Timothy that could have added several years to their prison sentences.