The state Supreme Court has taken up a case dealing with whether Pennsylvania's Mechanics' Lien Law should be construed liberally. The state Superior Court, in a case of first impression earlier this
A developer may be forced to make contributions into two unions' benefits fund, after its contractor went out of business and failed to fulfill an agreement with the unions to make those payments
...the Superior Court's reasoning in the 1973 case Sampson-Miller Associated Companies v. Landmark Realty Co. , in which the court held...
...filed this Rule 1925(b) statement. In Sampson-Miller Associated Companies, Inc. v. Landmark Realty Co. , 303 A.2d 43...
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