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With the passing of the “Clean Slate” Act, Pennsylvania has implemented the first law in the nation that allows for the automatic sealing of certain criminal records. The legislation also implements new procedures for sealing more serious misdemeanor convictions and non-conviction data. Under the new law, certain minor crimes which are punishable by two years […]
I am often asked, how do I start a workers comp claim in Pennsylvania. You’ve been injured on the job. So now what? A couple of things are quite important in starting a workers comp claim. When starting a workers comp claim in Pennsylvania, follow these initial steps. Report the injury First thing to do […]
In May of this year, Act 21 amended 23 Pa.C.S.A. Section 5324 and Section 5325(2) of the Pennsylvania Domestic Relations Code to change who can seek standing in child custody actions. Standing is a legal concept that essentially requires the person seeking judicial relief is entitled to be in court in the first place. It’s […]
Today the United States Supreme Court issued their ruling in the case of Carpenter v. United States. You will recall our previous blog article on this matter. In a victory for privacy advocates, the Court followed the recent trend of protecting privacy rights in cellphone usage. Previously, the Court had ruled that the data […]
Attorney James P. Welch will take over the General Practice for Dauphin and Perry Counties for Mooney & Associates and will primarily operate out of our Harrisburg office, located at 105 North Front Street. Attorney Welch joined Mooney & Associates a few months ago from the prominent Harrisburg firm of McNees, Wallace, & Nurick. Besides […]
Mooney & Associates are following the major U.S. Supreme Court case that could effect everyone who owns a cell phone. Read a little background and how it could impact you.
Mooney Atty Mark Buterbaugh helps a local woman receive the compensation she deserved after needing knee surgery despite her employers attempts to deny it.
Attorney Paul Royer faced his toughest customers yet, elementary students at James Getty Elementary School in Gettysburg. Presentations were given to 3rd through 5th grade students regarding a wide variety of careers as well as how attitudes and work habits, character traits, and education have helped them succeed.
Attorney Mark Buterbaugh, a partner and litigation attorney at Mooney & Associates, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the United Way of Franklin County.