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Stradley Ronon’s Karl Myers Moderates Superior Court Candidates Forum

November 04, 2019


From Left: Karl Myers; Amanda Green-Hawkins, candidate for Superior Court Judge; Judge Daniel McCaffery; Maida Milone, President & CEO, Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts

PHILADELPHIAKarl Myers, chair of Stradley Ronon’s appellate practice group, served as the moderator at the “Decision 2019: Pennsylvania Superior Court Candidates Forum,” co-hosted by Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts and the Philadelphia Bar Association on Oct. 29 in Philadelphia.

The event was designed to educate voters about the candidates for Pennsylvania Superior Court before the upcoming Nov. 5 election. Candidates Amanda-Green Hawkins and Judge Daniel McCaffery participated in the discussion by answering Myers’ questions regarding their experience and discussing why they are seeking election to the attendees and the television audience on the Pennsylvania Cable Network

Myers 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 appeals involving state constitutional challenges, 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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