...on December 21. Matthew Brann, a partner at Brann, Williams, Caldwell & Sheetz, and Malachy Mannion, a magistrate judge, were approved. The seats...
In December 2011, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court resolved an outstanding issue of whether the purchase of large MRI and PET/CT scan systems was subject to the commonwealth's sales tax
A divided state Supreme Court has ruled that the sale and installation of MRI and PET/CT Scan medical imaging machines is subject to a 6 percent sales tax to be paid by the purchasers
Those worried about being able to pick up a six-pack of beer at the supermarket can relax with a nice cold one
...Liquor Control Board, Ohio Springs Inc., provided the counterpoint to...5-1 to prohibit a Sheetz gas station convenience store and...
...A prominent player at Tuesday's rally was convenience store operator Sheetz Inc., which last year was denied the ability by the state Supreme...
Both of Pennsylvania's intermediate appellate courts were busy in the final year of the aughts, tackling thorny questions that reflected changes in society, technology and business. Both the Superior
Golf, beer and cigarettes. That may sound like a plot summary of the film
...Malt Beverages Distributors Association v. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, Ohio Springs Inc., that a convenience store and restaurant that sold beer for takeout...
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