The state Supreme Court has ruled that a U.S. Postal Service certificate of mailing is not the only document that can establish "proof of mailing" under the notice provision of the Real Estate Tax Sa
Real estate exemptions have been a hot topic of debate lately in Pennsylvania, both in the media and in the courts. Recently, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has issued several decisions addressi
While there is currently debate over whether the rise of the natural gas industry in Pennsylvania has created as many jobs as some had originally projected, there is little disagreement among attorne
Across the nation, an increased number of patent cases are requiring a larger and larger portion of the courts' time, creating a backlog of cases
Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
In the past few months, the Pennsylvania appellate courts have issued several opinions that have answered some of the most pressing questions in real estate law that have to do with oil and gas lease
...amp; Vertz. • Jason M. Yarbrough, Meyer, Unkovic & Scott. • Michael S. Zullo, Duane Morris...
...Komar Glasser & Vertz. • Jason M. Yarbrough, Meyer, Unkovic & Scott. • Michael S. Zullo, Duane Morris. ...
...Additions Matthew R. Lasek joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott as an associate attorney. Lasek joins the...
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