The Legal Intelligencer: In my work as a transparency law expert, I was tapped to help two countries ensure that citizen access to government records is guaranteed. A team of academia and political scientists from Indiana University sought my […]
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: The Right-To-Know Law allows citizens to know, for example, how much the school superintendent gets paid, why a police officer was fired, how much the city pays for attorneys who contribute to the campaigns of council […]
The Recorder: With the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh as associate justice to the U.S. Supreme Court, many in the tech and privacy world have started to wonder how the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit judge will fill […]
Law.com: Mutchler Lyons partner Terry Mutchler sees a bleak path forward for freedom of speech and transparency in a post-Kennedy court. “For me as a First Amendment lawyer, I felt like there was an earthquake under my feet,” Mutchler […]
Pittsburgh-area officials signed NDAs that could shield incentives offered to Amazon for up to five years
Public Source: Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration carefully orchestrated how the state would maintain a competitive edge as it helped Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and other entities vie to be the home for Amazon’s second headquarters.
Keeping the details of the incentive package […]
New Castle News: Two Wilmington Township women seeking answers from their municipality have prevailed.
Attorney Terry Mutchler, representing Carrie Hahn and Kristan Tervo, yesterday said an agreement has been reached with township officials who had denied the women access to […]