Four alumnae of Wilson College lacked standing to challenge the college’s adoption of a fully coeducational program, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court decided in Tishok v. Dept. of Education.
The Right-to-Know Law does not compel Attorney General Kathleen Kane to disclose pornographic emails sent or received by OAG employees using their work accounts, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled in Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General v. Philadelphia Inquirer
An attorney suspended from the practice of law could serve as the claimant’s representative at an unemployment referee’s hearing, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court decided in Powell v. Unemployment Compensation Bd. of Review
Because Jerry Sandusky was not an employee of Penn State University (PSU) when he committed the criminal acts for which he was convicted, the State Employees’ Retirement Board (Board) cannot forfeit his state pension, an en banc panel of the Commonwealth Court has held in Sandusky v. Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement Bd.
Using one’s vehicle as collateral in a drug deal at the insistence of law enforcement does not give rise to an entrapment defense to forfeiture of the vehicle, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court held in Com. v. Black 2009 Ford Mustang.
The Executive Director of the Office of Open Records (OOR) is not subject to the Governor’s constitutional power to remove his appointees at-will, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held in Arneson v. Wolf.
School District must Provide Transportation to Pupil with Two Residences due to Shared Custody Arrangement
Where a child has two residences within a school district due to a shared custody arrangement, the district must provide transportation to both residences, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in Watts v. Manheim Twp. Sch. Dist.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is not subject to local anti-discrimination ordinances such as the Philadelphia Fair Practices Ordinance, an en banc Commonwealth Court panel ruled in SEPTA v. City of Philadelphia