Methodist LeBonheur Pension Draws Lawsuit

via commercialappeal.com, by Kevin McKenzie, The Commercial Appeal, July 13, 2016 Mary L. Brace has had no problem collecting her monthly $670 pension checks from Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare since she retired as a registered nurse in 2009. Still, a newspaper advertisement and an attorney from a Pennsylvania law firm have led Brace to be the lead name on a federal lawsuit claiming the Memphis … Continue reading Methodist LeBonheur Pension Draws Lawsuit

Carpenters’ Union Alleges C.F. Bordo Failed to Pay Labor Fees

via Penn Record, by Annie Hunt, pennrecord.com, February 24, 2016, A Pittsburgh carpenter’s union is suing a Dunmore construction company, alleging failure to pay labor fees. Carpenters Combined Funds Inc., by administrator James R. Klein, filed a lawsuit Feb. 15 in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania against C.F. Bordo Inc., James Bordo, Ceaser F. Bordo and Leslie Bordo, alleging violations of … Continue reading Carpenters’ Union Alleges C.F. Bordo Failed to Pay Labor Fees

Penn. Supreme Court to Hear Appeal of Charter School Ruling

via Citizen’s Voice, by Terrie Morgan-Besecker, citizensvoice.com, December 8, 2015, In a case with important statewide implications, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear a dispute over whether a public school district can be held liable for unpaid pension contributions incurred by a charter school. The appeal, filed by the Pocono Mountain School District, challenges the state Department of Education’s deduction of $87,700 in … Continue reading Penn. Supreme Court to Hear Appeal of Charter School Ruling

Upper St. Clair Schools Withhold State Pension Payments

via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, by Clarece Polke, Pittsburg Post-Gazette, October 16, 2015, Upper St. Clair School District board directors are making a statement amid the ongoing state budget impasse: We won’t pay our bills until you pay yours. In a Sept. 21 voting meeting, board directors voted to withhold the employer’s portion of its payments into the Pennsylvania School Employees Retirement System — PSERS— until the 2015-16 … Continue reading Upper St. Clair Schools Withhold State Pension Payments