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It's a question that cities and towns across the world have confronted in today's sharing economy: Can single-family homes be used for short-term rentals such... [Read More]
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court declined to consider a challenge from the Clean Air Council and local landowners concerning Sunoco's use of eminent domain to acquire... [Read More]
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider whether the 14 state-owned universities can compel all faculty members to undergo criminal background checks and inform the schools... [Read More]
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider whether the 14 state-owned universities can compel all faculty members to undergo criminal background checks and inform the schools... [Read More]
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider whether the 14 state-owned universities can compel all faculty members to undergo criminal background checks and inform the schools... [Read More]
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider whether the 14 state-owned universities can compel all faculty members to undergo criminal background checks and inform the schools... [Read More]
In a 6-1 decision Dec. 3, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said the identities of some clergy accused of abuse that were redacted from a grand... [Read More]
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A recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling involving cyber security issues and a data breach affecting employees at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center could have... [Read More]
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued an emergency order Friday temporarily suspending the law license of a Scranton attorney suspected of misappropriating clients' funds. Edward James... [Read More]
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Pennsylvania's Catholic dioceses is no stranger to sexual assault allegations. A grand jury released a report in August detailing the sexual abuse of more than... [Read More]
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered that the names of 11 priests accused of sexual abuse in a grand jury report remain permanently redacted. [Read More]
In a 6-1 decision Dec. 3, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said the identities of some clergy accused of abuse that were redacted from a grand... [Read More]
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Monday that the state can't name the 11 priests who say the grand jury report violates their constitutional rights. [Read More]
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