And more than 75 years after the U.S. entered WWII, over $16 billion of those bonds remain unclaimed — due to either being lost or forgotten
The agreement applies to about 10,000 early Chesapeake leases located mainly in northeastern Pennsylvania.
The judgment requires Danny’s Pizza to pay $39,577 in back wages to 16 current and former employees and an additional $9,128 penalty.
Babst, Calland, Clements and Zomnir, based in Pittsburgh, was built on a niche focus in environmental law from the start.
The mall was expected to go up for sheriff’s sale on Sept. 4. Instead, owners Moonbeam Capital filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
An indictment says four men falsified rent, other data to fraudulently obtain loans for apartments in Western Pennsylvania and New York.
“You don’t need to practice with a capital ‘P,’” a law professor told Ginevra Ventre. “Just play ... and don’t ever let that part of you go.”
A court case over the depletion of a nine-figure trust fund has slowed, as parties argue, in sealed motions, over when Jennie Scaife can be deposed.
“I hope I never get jaded, but I think I’ve heard just about everything over the years.”
Amos argued that it was a creditor and could not simultaneously be a debt collector.
The program allowing employers to self-report minimum wage violations and avoid penalties faces substantial obstacles.
A court ruling means child support payments will be based on how much it will cost to maintain the child’s lifestyle.
Defendant Anthony Calaiaro told a federal judge that he was driven by drug additional to steal money from his father’s law firm.
In the wake of Antwon Rose shooting and protests, employers are made aware of what employees are posting to their social media accounts.
The former employees claim the franchises required delivery drivers to work at below minimum wage in violation of federal law.
A company that charged exorbitant rates on loans to retirees promised to make amends. Now regulators can’t locate the firm or its founder.
The suit accuses Harbour Portfolio of “unfairly and deceptively” targeting consumers who incorrectly believed they were purchasing a home.
Statements by officials in 2016 that questioned media reports about the faltering merger were potentially misleading, the judge said.
Couples are free to agree on any type of financial plans that work for them, even if it might be outside of the authority of the courts.
But Franklin Park attorney Cris Hoel, a former journalist and investment company executive, has worked a lot of other jobs to earn a buck.
He was born in Uniontown to Beatrice Kane McCade and the late Patrick J. McCabe on July 19, 1935.
The suit complains customers have been charged the full price of a Quarter Pounder with Cheese, even after they asked for no cheese.
Top-paying U.S. law firms are now offering starting salaries of $190,000, after a recent wave of raises. But the latest data on public sector lawyer pay shows starting salaries of less than a third that amount.
The auction, scheduled for July 2, has been postponed again, and is now set for Sept. 4, according to court documents.
Even a local judge overseeing a right-to-know case couldn’t coax the information from the government guardians.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled public sector unions cannot require non-members to pay fees, a decision that could sap unions of revenue.
Her court papers said the entire incident was caught on the restaurant’s surveillance video, a copy of which was submitted into evidence.