The New Jersey Appellate Division ruled that “a school employee cannot obtain disability retirement benefits where disciplinary charges have not been shown to ‘relate’ to a disability under N.J.A.C. 17:1-6.4.”
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court affirmed the Pennsylvania Parole Board (Board) order, determining that the Board relied upon admissible evidence when properly recommitting White as a convicted parole violator (CPV), and
On May 1, 2020, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court granted peremptory judgment in mandamus and summary declaratory relief in Petitioners’ favor and against the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) because the
Two days after the tragedy in Uvalde, in a plurality opinion, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court dismissed a petition for review that challenged Section 6120(a) of the Pennsylvania Uniform Firearms Act.
The County of Fulton and other parties filed an Amended Petition for Review (Amended Petition) in the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court against the Secretary of the Commonwealth (Secretary) to challenge her