John Estey, an ex-chief of staff to former Gov. Ed Rendell and former Ballard Spahr partner who pleaded guilty last April over his alleged funneling of campaign donations, has been disbarred.
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A divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that insurers do not need to use the exact uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage rejection forms set forth in the Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law, so long as any changes to the forms' language are "inconsequential."
Even though the code of conduct for Pennsylvania judicial employees once referred to the state Whistleblower Law, the statute does not apply to the judiciary, the Commonwealth Court has ruled in declining to revive a case against the administrator of the Washington County Court of Common Pleas.
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