Webinar: Key Areas of Recent Ruling on Act 13
Attorneys to Address Key Areas of Recent Ruling on Act 13
Join Local Government Academy for a free webinar, as part of the Managing Marcellus program series, on the recent Commonwealth Court ruling on Act 13 of 2012.
Friday, August 17, 2012
12 PM - 1 PM
Pre-Registration is required and& space is limited: http://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=00...
The presentation will be made by plaintiffs' attorneys John Smith, of Smith Butz, and Jonathan Kamin, of Goldberg, Kamin & Garvin. The webinar will focus on three key areas of the Commonwealth Court case regarding Act 13 of 2012:
The details of the case that was argued in Commonwealth Court, including the arguments made by the plaintiffs in the case
The ruling that was made by the Court
The next steps in the appeals process
About the Attorneys:
John Smith is a member, partner and co-found of Smith Butz. He practice focuses mainly on Commercial Litigation, Construction Litigation, Estate Litigation, Zoning & Land Use Law, Corporate Law, Employment Law, Municipal Law Matters, Probate Law and Energy Law. He has tried hundreds of cases representing individuals, businesses and municipalities in various courts and jurisdictions throughout the Commonwealth. Mr. Smith was admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in 1995 and he is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Jonathan M. Kamin is the Managing Partner of the law firm of Goldberg, Kamin and Garvin, LLP. Mr. Kamin's primary areas of practice include real estate law, municipal law and litigation. Mr. Kamin also has extensive experience in guiding clients through the State and Federal regulatory processes on compliance issues, and issues related to "Brownfield" redevelopment. He is admitted to practice law before the Federal Courts and the Courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Managing Marcellus series is a partnership of Local Government Academy, Sustainable Pittsburgh, and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission. These programs are offered with funding support from the Richard King Mellon Foundation.
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