The Biggest Pa. Appellate Rulings Of 2018: Midyear Report
Law360 (July 12, 2018, 8:46 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania appellate courts have made their mark during the first half of the year with a number of major rulings ranging from the constitutionality of the state's congressional districts to the ability of landowners to bring trespassing claims over hydraulic fracturing.
According to judicial records, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court handed down opinions in 39 cases from the beginning of January to the end of June, a tally that included 24 civil or administrative appeals.
Among them were decisions throwing out the state's congressional map as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander and declaring that the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center owed a...
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