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Summaries of Recent Opinions

The Pennsylvania¬† Commonwealth Court reversed an order of the Court of Common Pleas that had granted a preliminary injunction to a student requiring a school to admit him to in-person education. The student was transferring from another school district where he had been charged with a weapons violation. Section 1317.2(a) of the School Code provides… Continue reading R.S. v. Hempfield Area Sch. Dist.

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The Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that the defendant waived her appellate claims. After the Commonwealth charged DUI and other crimes, the defendant did not file a pretrial omnibus motion. The trial court convicted her, and the defendant appealed. The Superior Court affirmed and held that the defendant could not argue issues about the police officers’… Continue reading Commonwealth v. Grajales

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An en banc panel of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court issued a critical opinion for attorneys who advise clients regarding real estate sales. The Court affirmed the Board of Finance and Revenue, which held that a partnership should be assessed Personal Income Tax from the net gains from like-kind exchanges of real property, commonly called “1031… Continue reading Pearlstein v. Commonwealth

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