The real pre-existing condition we need to be concerned about is Congress’ inability to legislate.
By George Hofmann
On matters of Church and State — and religious employers and LGBT employees — the Supreme Court has split the Solomonic baby… and done a masterful job of it.
By Christine Flowers
Hunter Tower: Two years after Janus, Pennsylvanians are just starting to hear about an important right
On this second anniversary of the Janus decision, public-sector employees in Pennsylvania are questioning where their hard-earned union dues dollars are really going. By Hunter Tower
Out-of-staters have always flocked to the Philadelphia courts for their lawsuits due to their reputation and jackpot mentality.
By Curt Schroder
David Barensfeld: Don’t just vote for Superior Court judges — think about these candidates as future Supreme Court justices
The winners of this year’s elections could shape the state’s legal landscape in a way that impacts individuals, families, taxpayers and businesses for decades.
By David Barensfeld