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Stradley Ronon Attorney Speaks at Pennsylvania Bar Institute New Appellate Court Rule CLE

July 31, 2019
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Attorney Karl S. Myers served as a panelist at a Pennsylvania Bar Institute webinar on July 30. The CLE, entitled, “The New Appellate Court Rule on Citing Non-Precedential Opinions: What Does It Really Mean?,” discussed the recent Pennsylvania appellate rule change that allows parties to cite and rely on non-precedential appellate court decisions.  Myers presented the CLE along with retired Superior Court Judge Carl Solano.

Myers, chair of Stradley Ronon’s appellate practice group, is a leading Pennsylvania appellate lawyer who has argued and briefed dozens of precedent-setting cases before the appellate courts of Pennsylvania and other jurisdictions. He maintains a particular focus on cases before the Pennsylvania Supreme, Commonwealth and Superior Courts, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, including litigation involving state constitutional challenges, appeals of state agency decisions, insurance insolvency and regulatory matters, Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law requests, government contracting and bid-protest disputes, complex commercial actions, and many other types of civil cases.

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