Monthly Archives: May 2013

Have a Well-pleaded Complaint

In Pashak v. Barish, the husbad of the appellant, William Pashak, agreed to settle a negligence case for $100,000 in accordance with advice from his attorney, Marvin Barish, Esq. 450 a2d 67 (1982). The settlement stemmed from an employment action where Mr. … Continue reading

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Known Disabilities Must Be Accommodated

Canteen Corp. v. Pennsylvania, 814 A.2d 805, (Pa. Commonwealth) is an employment discrimination suit. Here, the employer violated the Human Relations Act because the employer failed to accommodate an employee’s disability. The Defendant appealed the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission’s decision; … Continue reading

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Tax Bureau’s Job to make a reasonable effort to identify owners

In Husak v. Fayette County Tax Claim Bureau, 61 A.3d 302 (Pa Commw.) the trial court was correct in setting aside the tax sale. In this case, the Plaintiffs’ property was foreclosed in February 2006; Fannie Mae purchased the property … Continue reading

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Products Liability in New Jersey

Knoster v. Ford Motor Company 2006 WL 2561234 (C.A.3 (N.J.)) is case where the Plaintiff filed claims under both the New Jersey Product Liability Act (“PLA”) and the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act. Specifically under the PLA, the plaintiff filed … Continue reading

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