The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has upheld the First Union rule, which provides that when an entity is formed through the combination of a Pennsylvania bank and an out-of-state bank, the out-of-state
The state Supreme Court has ruled that while an irrevocable trust can be a living trust under the Realty Transfer Tax Act, a trust that provides for distributions to beneficiaries other than the sett
Businesses that participate in federal and state-funded programs, and receive associated funds from the government, must be extra vigilant in complying with all requirements that apply to these progr
...a listing of executive and legislative action for the week of...funding to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) operating fund. The fine...
...making a decision would amount to a strained interpretation not reflective of legislative intent," Saylor said. "In this regard, it bears noting that...
...a listing of executive and legislative action for the week of...Pennsylvania's Child Protective Services Law does not cover many...
...39;s size would mean less efficient constituent service and would give more power to legislative staff. The measures would have to...
The state Supreme Court has ruled that trial courts may not require an appellant to post a bond pursuant to the Municipalities Planning Code as a condition of appealing to the Commonwealth Court when
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How do board members of public interest organizations make themselves useful? One way is by reviewing management's performance. While management may not crave a performance review, a nonprofit board
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