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In the wake of several high-profile grand jury investigations in Pennsylvania, the state Supreme Court has enlisted a team to re-evaluate how grand juries operate.

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  • With Dissents and Appeals, Landowners Fight to Keep Pipeline Challenge Alive

    By Max Mitchell

    Pennsylvania landowners who have been fighting with Sunoco over the Mariner East 2 pipeline project have so far been unsuccessful in their attempts to bar the energy giant from using their land for the natural gas pipeline. Over the past year, they have seen a handful of unfavorable decisions from the Commonwealth Court, but with cases potentially on their way to the state Supreme Court and a recent pronouncement on environmental law by the justices, plaintiffs are hoping the litigation won't be over so quickly.

  • Justices to Eye Immunity Exception in Suit Over Collision With School Wall

    By Max Mitchell

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether failing to fully cover a concrete wall in a school's gymnasium with protective matting fits the narrow exception for governmental immunity.

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    In The Legal's Family Law supplement, read about cryogenics and divorce, transgender marriage in Pennsylvania and autism in family court.

  • Diversity

    In the Legal's Diversity supplement, read about ways to combat implicit bias, the role of management in top-down diversity efforts and check out our roundtable discussion.

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