Retirement Age Suits Before Justices in Harrisburg Session

, The Legal Intelligencer


Making their way before the state Supreme Court on expedited review, two lawsuits challenging Pennsylvania's mandatory judicial retirement age headline an oral argument session in Harrisburg scheduled to begin today.

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  • Darren McKinney

    Regardless of how that comp-time bill may ultimately fare in the U.S. House, Mr. Hicks, no one should have high hopes for it should it reach the Big Labor- and Big Lawsuit-controlled Senate.

  • Kenneth J. Hicks

    I wonder if the legislation working its way through Congress, regarding an alleged choice of cash overtime and compensatory time in the private sector, if grandfathered, would be grounds to toss out the class action settlement against Wal-Mart.

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