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Navajo Nation Suit Against Urban Outfitters Allowed to Move Forward

Urban Outfitters has been trying its darnedest to get a Navajo Nation lawsuit against the company tossed out of court, but a judge just ruled […]


Philly Politicians to Battle It Out in Rare Libel Suit Brought Over Campaign Flyer

[Updated, 3:55 p.m.] State Rep. Mark Cohen has been in Harrisburg a very, very long time. Originally elected in 1974, the Democratic legislator from the 202nd […]

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Most — but Not All — of Cabbies’ Uber Suit Thrown Out

A federal judge has dismissed most of the claims brought by a coalition of Philly taxi companies against Uber, the popular app-centric “ride share” service. […]

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Cole Hamels Sues After Being Denied Entrance to Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

In November, Cole Hamels went to New York City. Accompanied by two guests, he attempted to gain entrance to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show at […]

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Court Upholds Judgment Against Former Union Coach Piotr Nowak

The Philadelphia Union’s first-ever coach has lost his wrongful termination suit against the soccer club. Piotr Nowak led the Union from 2010 to 2012 — […]

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Man Arrested and Interrogated in State Police Ambush Files Lawsuit

Jeffrey Hudak of Clarks Summit, Pa., filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against several Pennsylvania state troopers whom he claims unlawfully arrested him back in September of 2014, […]

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Judge: No Pay for Penn Track Athletes

There will be no pay for Penn track-and-field athletes. A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that a trio of such athletes are not — as […]

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Detective: Philly Police Retaliated Against Me for Whistleblowing

The city has settled a lawsuit with a Philadelphia Police detective who claims his superiors retaliated against him for blowing the whistle on civil rights violations […]

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Lawyers for Amtrak Crash Victims Rip Engineer’s Statements

Lawyers for 29 victims of last year’s derailment of Amtrak 188 say Brandon Bostian‘s statements, released today by the National Transportation Safety Board, are an […]

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Lawsuit: Former Roots Bass Player Sues Questlove, Black Thought

Leonard “Hub” Hubbard joined The Roots in 1992, back when the Roots were just a really good local band and long before Questlove and friends […]

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Seth Williams Reacts to Lawsuit Report

District Attorney Seth Williams today responded to a Daily News report that his office had settled a racial discrimination lawsuit with a former employee, taking […]

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Billy Doe’s Lawyer Pushes Back on Newsweek Cover Story

Billy Doe’s lawyer is pushing back against a Newsweek cover story that questions his client’s veracity in several Philadelphia Catholic Church sex abuse cases. “I […]

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Report: City Settled Race Discrimination Suit Against D.A.

City Hall in 2014 settled a racial discrimination lawsuit aimed at District Attorney Seth Williams, the Daily News reported today. The suit was brought by […]

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Philly’s Larry Cooper Tried to Stop a Robbery. He Went to Jail Instead. A Court Says That’s OK.

Larry Cooper isn’t just an innocent man — the Philadelphia man is a Good Samaritan. That, at least, is what a federal appeals court says. But […]

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Dad Sues White Dog Cafe for Sexual Harassment on Behalf of Late Daughter

The White Dog Cafe always seemed like one of the more progressive restaurants in the Philadelphia area. Its founder, Judy Wicks, built a reputation around […]