Ken Diviney, parent of Ryan Diviney, and Brian McIhinney v Austin Vantrese, Jonathan May, Colin McKeefery, Brandon Groux, Tyler Husfelt and Alexander Woods
PA-Andrew Meeks, Alex Shook; J-NA
* While walking on North Willey Street, Diviney and McIhinney became involved in a verbal argument with the defendants. The argument turned physical and Diviney tried to get away. Vantrease and May stopped him from leaving and, as a result, Diviney suffered severe and permanent injuries. Ken Diviney seeks judgment for his son of past, present and future medical and nursing related damages, pain and suffering, mental anguish, lost wages, loss of earning capacity and permanent injury. McIhinney seeks damages for medical expenses, pain and suffering.
Case number: 11-C-539
Douglas Oliver v. Triad Engineering, Karen Krabill, John Kent and Lydia Work
PA-Ed Kohout; J-NA
* Oliver was employed as a Staff Project Engineer with Triad Engineering. Karen Krabill was Oliver's immediate supervisor. At one time, Krabill's husband was Chief Operating Officer of Triad but was asked to resign. Oliver alleges Krabill began harassing him with false and negative employment evaluations, creating a hostile work environment so as to discredit him and get him fired. Oliver believed this was due to the conflicts with Krabill's husband while he was employed with Triad. Oliver reported his problems with Krabill to John Kent and Lydia Work, but claims nothing was done. He was terminated on July 11, 2011. At that time he was given a severance letter in which he was to forego his salary and benefits in exchange for six weeks pay. Oliver refused to sign the letter. He is seeking compensatory and punitive damages, attorney fees and costs.
Case number: 11-C-545