The family of an inmate who died in a Pittsburgh jail earlier this year is suing the jail and its health care provider.
A federal lawsuit has been filed against Pittsburgh Police in a case once reviewed by the Allegheny County District Attorney, who raised concerns about charges police filed against two Homewood men.
The state court system that administers the courts of common pleas has settled a pay equity case with two local women employees.
A former Marine has sued two Morgantown rental companies he says refused to rent an apartment to him if he brought his service dog.
A Cranberry hotel desk clerk was in court Thursday after allegedly contacting two boys she’s accused of molesting.
A Westmoreland County man has filed a lawsuit in Federal Court in Pittsburgh in an effort to get his 14-year-old son out of a detention facility in Lawrence County.
A couple who claims their son should have been committed the day before he stabbed his 11-year-old twin half-brothers, killing one, have settled their lawsuit against Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.
A Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customer is suing claiming she and other customers have been overbilled by as much as 600 percent and threatened with shut-off notices due to faulty radio-controlled water meters.
Eat’n Park isn’t all smiles over smiley face cookies it says are confusingly similar to its own trademark treats.
A Western Pennsylvania health insurance giant will have to pay a dozen hospitals money that it withheld, a judge is ruling.
The City of Pittsburgh and the ACLU have reached a settlement in a discrimination lawsuit over the hiring of African-American police officers.
A Pittsburgh woman is suing a nightclub where she says a disc jockey’s failed attempt at crowd surfing fractured her pelvis.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s lawsuit against the co-founder of YouTube over leaked footage of their marriage proposal should move forward, a California appeals court ruled Wednesday.
An inmate at the Allegheny County Jail is suing his therapist, claiming she forced him into having sex with her.
A federal court jury in Pittsburgh has rejected a Michigan man’s claims that a condiment package he patented in 1997 led H.J. Heinz Co. to develop its Dip & Squeeze ketchup packets in February 2010.