Law360, Philadelphia (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is gearing up for what attorneys say will be another busy year in 2018 as the justices face a string of high-profile appeals covering, among other issues, the authority of state environmental regulators to issue fines for ongoing pollution and attorney-client privilege in derivative disputes.
The new year gives the high court a single-minded opportunity to bear down on its work, an opportunity not afforded it recently, following a period of high turnover thanks to scandal and regular retirements.
Justice Sallie Updyke Mundy will begin a full 10-year term in January after winning election to fill the...
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