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Tag Archives: Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court
Pa. Commonwealth Court reverses Unemployment Compensation Board of Review ruling in case of fired janitor
A three-judge Commonwealth Court panel has reversed a ruling by the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review in a case in which the board had denied unemployment benefits to a fired janitor who lost his job after getting into a verbal dispute with a coworker while working at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Pennsylvania’s junior appellate court has upheld a trial court’s ruling that affirmed the state Liquor Control Board’s decision not to grant a liquor license renewal to a private club that has been the subject of police activity and other problems.
A state appellate court panel reviewing an appeal from a journalist who sought certain records from the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission has determined that records relating to the safety of natural gas pipelines are not public.
Pa. Supreme Court rules sheriffs deputies of second-class counties are police, reverses Commonwealth Court decision
Reversing the decision of an intermediate state appellate court, Pennsylvania’s highest court has ruled that deputy sheriffs of counties of the second class are, indeed, police officers by definition under Pennsylvania law.
A state appellate court panel late last week rejected a request by a Philadelphia-area attorney to get President Obama kicked off the April primary election ballot.
A state appellate court panel has ruled in favor of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and others who were being sued by a prison inmate who claimed that officials were deducting money from his personal account without a court order.
A state appellate court panel has upheld a lower court’s ruling that ordered a charter school to turn over certain school records to a reporter for a regional newspaper.
A state appellate court has ordered a school district in Northeastern Pennsylvania to release board members’ email messages, a request that had been made by a local newspaper reporter.
Commonwealth Court overturns Pa. Labor Relations Board decision; rules paramedics are firefighters under state law
A state appellate court ruled Jan. 18 that paramedics with the Philadelphia Fire Department are indeed considered firefighters under state law, and can be members of the local union representing firefighters.
A state appellate court has upheld a decision by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to revoke the casino license of a company that sought to erect a slots parlor along an industrial stretch of Columbus Boulevard in South Philadelphia.