As we ring in the New Year, here is a preview of the top environmental issues that are expected to take center stage in 2014
The American Arbitration Association (AAA) has revised its Commercial Arbitration Rules. The revised rules, which apply to any claim filed on or after Oct. 1, 2013, are designed to enhance significan
...The court first discussed the bill's legislative history and revisions to the bill, including changes affecting the Judicial Code, Crimes Code and...
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
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...focus on stronger issues and abandon weaker ones, a recent series of revisions to the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure eliminated a requirement that had...
The method by which prospective purchasers of real estate conduct environmental due diligence is about to change
On Feb. 4, 2005, plaintiff Ronald Tompko, 68, a retired firefighter, was descending the right side of the handicap ramp of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., city hall when he was allegedly caused to slip on a patch
In the Federalist Papers, James Madison advocated for ratification of the Constitution, citing to the limited powers of the "general government," and stating that "the states, in all unenumerated cas
...bar, agreed with the apology legislation after some changes but opposes other revisions in tort law. For instance, Mark E. Phenicie, legislative counsel...
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