Monthly Archives: November 2015
Non-Compete Clause Invalid

  http://www.pacourts.us/assets/opinions/Supreme/out/J-40-2015mo%20-%201024417455714166.pdf?cb=1new year whatsapp status Non-Compete Clause: not always what is seems The Pennsylvania Supreme Court once again showed its disfavor of Non-Compete clauses in the workplace.  The Non-Compete line of cases is lengthy in Pennsylvania and the courts have consistently held the employer to a very strict burden.   This case demonstrates that the language […]

Ex-Coraopolis police chief pleads guilty in crash that seriously injured him, other driver

By Jonathan D. Silver / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Former Coraopolis police chief Alan DeRusso, who pleaded guilty Friday to charges stemming from a crash he caused last year that seriously injured another driver, has no memory of the incident, his attorney said. “This is the main reason why he decided to plead guilty,” lawyer Steven C. […]

Cases moved to juvenile court for teens accused of multi-state crime spree

A hearing was held Friday for two Ohio teenagers accused of going on a multi-state crime spree in June that included a robbery in Elizabeth.  Rose May, 15, and Triston Kindle, 16, appeared before a judge and learned that their cases will be moved to juvenile court. “Having them transferred Lucky Patcher latest APK Downloadback […]

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