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CJP Pittsburgh and Neighborhood Legal Services attorneys sue landlord to remove lead in a rental unit after a new tenant saw a major spike in blood lead levels in her grandson after they moved in.
Staff attorney Marielle Macher and co-counsel from Towards Justice and Handley, Farah & Anderson file a proposed class action lawsuit for alleged wage, anti-slavery, and racketeering violations over a county contract that forces prisoners to work for $5 a day in unsafe conditions at a private recycling facility.
Staff attorney Kevin Quisenberry for comment on Section 8 housing vouchers and the city expanding housing choice in more neighborhoods for voucher holders.
Article: "Roof Garden Acres residents are continuing their legal action unimpeded as park owners refuse to address the Somerset trailer park’s water woes."
Somerset mobile home park residents could get a new owner to repair water leaks and clear fire-damaged trailers.
Somerset mobile home park residents sue landlord for ongoing water line problems.
CJP helps mobile home park residents in Somerset join the borough in a lawsuit against the park owner for deteriorating conditions at Cherry Lane mobile home park.
Pittsburgh families are threatened with displacement in conservatorship cases. CJP and Neighborhood Legal Services litigate for due process.
“It’s probably the best or one of the best post-secondary education programs in the country,” said Peter Zurflieh of the Community Justice Project, a nonprofit that provides legal assistance to benefits recipients.
Community Justice Project helps mobile home park residents in Somerset form association to have a voice in trailer park's future.
The EEOC filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against a Fleetwood mushroom-farming business. CJP has intervened in the suit on behalf of the charging party.
Community Justice Project joined Neighborhood Legal Services and Regional Housing Legal Services to represent tenants of an apartment complex in disastrous disrepair.
Community Justice Project is representing mobile home park residents whose park has been damaged by fire and left in serious disrepair.
Community Justice Project is representing three Scranton residents in a suit against Lackawanna County to force it to conduct a long overdue countywide property tax reassessment.
Community Justice Project protects mobile home park residents from hasty illegal evictions.
Thousands of home healthcare workers receive settlement payments from class action lawsuit.
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