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A federal judge closed the book Friday on a group of Pennsylvania public school workers complaining about compulsory union fees, finding that the 2018 U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring the practice unconstitutional made their case moot.
GNC said an unauthorized, Brooklyn, New York-based Amazon store is damaging the company's reputation by selling knockoffs of its products or second-hand goods without GNC's customer service or quality controls, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in Pennsylvania federal court.
The inventor of a device for removing artificial turf from playing fields said a competing groundskeeping firm stole his design, according to a federal lawsuit filed Friday in Pennsylvania.
A Pittsburgh attorney is suing his former legal partner for some $1.3 million in fees he claims he's owed for hundreds of hours of work on a now-settled class action against First Commonwealth Bank.
The IRS, which enforces anti-trafficking tax laws against state-regulated cannabis businesses, should be fair and apply the same policy against pharmaceutical companies that illegally market their opioids, says Kat Allen at Wykowski Law.