Richard A. Lanzillo, Shareholder, Vice President, and General Counsel of Knox Law, has been selected as a Magistrate Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, effective September 24, 2018.
Guy C. Fustine, Thomas A. Tupitza, Richard A. Lanzillo, Neal R. Devlin, Michael A. Fetzner, Carl N. Moore, Richard W. Perhacs, R. Perrin Baker, Mark J. Kuhar, Thomas C. Hoffman, II, and Jerome C. Wegley were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2019 Best Lawyers in America® list.
Eight Knox Law attorneys will speak at Thursday's meeting for Keystone Shortway Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials (PASBO) in Clarion, Pennsylvania. The meeting will include school district business managers from Intermediate Units #6 and #9.
Harvey McClure died on July 28, 2018, having just celebrated his 97th birthday.
Timothy S. Wachter, Shareholder and lead for Public Strategies at Knox Law, will speak about Opportunity Zones at this evening's Jefferson Educational Society event: "Erie's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem - And the Gaps That Need to Be Filled."
On Wednesday morning, June 27, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 (No. 16-1466) declaring “fair share” fees for public employees unconstitutional.
Mark J. Kuhar, Shareholder at Knox Law, will speak for the Ashtabula County Society for Human Resource Management and the Greater Ashtabula Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, June 6. His topic is Employee Handbooks: What Belongs, Revise or Rewrite.
Knox Law recently obtained a successful decision from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on behalf of the Millcreek Township School District in its efforts to sell the former Ridgefield Elementary School.
Knox Law is pleased to host three summer associates this year: Ashley Mulryan, Sorin Panainte and Kenzie Ryback. Our summer associate program offers real-world experience for current law school students.