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Law Alerts October 1, 2010
The plaintiff alleged that her former employer unlawfully terminated her employment because of her pregnancy, in violation of Title VII and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act. Prior to filing her lawsuit in federal court, the plaintiff had filed a..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2010
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
In this case, following the claimant's work injury, the employer issued a Notice of Compensation Denial ("NCD"), indicating that investigation was ongoing, pending receipt of medical documentation. Later, the employer issued a corrected NCD,...
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
Following the claimant's work injury, a notice of compensation payable (NCP) was issued describing the injury. Five years after the NCP was issued, and four years after the claimant's benefits were suspended upon her return to work with no loss of...
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
The plaintiff asserted that his employer failed to engage in the interactive process to address accommodating his disability and should have transferred him to a position that was within his qualifications and abilities. In rejecting the plaintiff's..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2010
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
After 10 years of protracted litigation and a verdict in their favor concerning the failure of the defendant to build condominium units that complied with the state's Barrier Free Subcode, the plaintiff sought an award of attorney's fees. In support..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2010
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
The issue presented was whether the claimant's fall down an aircraft stairway during a trip to Ireland to attend a business conference sponsored by a third party vendor of the employer constituted an injury within the course and scope of her...
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
The plaintiff, who suffers from cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy and deafness, was born three months premature. The family of the minor plaintiff alleged that Camden's Cooper Hospital, along with nine physicians, failed to take appropriate measures..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2010
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
Section 2335 now prohibits insurers from raising auto premiums after an accident, unless the amount of property damage exceeds $2,000. The prior threshold was $1,000 and was in effect since 1991. The new legislation is intended to help contain..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts October 1, 2010
Following the claimant's work injury, the employer filed a modification petition, alleging that the claimant had a residual earning capacity. The employer presented evidence from a vocational counselor, who testified that he identified five jobs...

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