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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Weaver v. Harpster

... Citing Clay, Employer asserts that it is "well settled" that a plaintiff may not bring a common law claim for employment discrimination where the claim cannot be brought under the PHRA. Nor can she bring an independent common ...

Allen v. State Civil Service Com'n

... The essence of the issue before this Court is whether Petitioner offered a sufficient allegation of discrimination, ie, whether the allegations in Petitioner's Appeal Request Form meet the specificity requirements for SCSC appeals involving alleged employment discrimination. ...

Dillon v. Homeowner's Select, Affinity Insurance Services, Inc.

... at *3 (relying on Pfeiffer). Judge Schiller also ruled, however, that the administrative procedures of the PHRA are mandatory for all employment discrimination claims and may not be circumvented in any case. Id. at *5 (citing Clay v. Advanced Computer Applications, Inc., 522 Pa. ...