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Cumberland County Bar Association awarded Hubert X. Gilroy, Esquire, the Distinguished Member Award

At its annual meeting on January 26, 2017, the Cumberland County Bar Association awarded Hubert X. Gilroy, Esquire, the Distinguished Member Award.

Martson Law Offices - Hubert Gilroy

 

A Shareholder at Martson Law Offices, Attorney Gilroy recently completed service as the President of the Cumberland County Bar Association and is also Chair of the… Continue reading

Millikan and Miller Formally Admitted to Practice Before Pennsylvania Supreme Court

bar admission ceremonyOn December 10, 2015, Attorneys Kate Millikan and Dru Miller, both2015 graduates of the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law, were formally admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. The ceremony was held in the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg. Colleagues Katie Maxwell moved for Kate Millikan’s… Continue reading

Signficant Cases and Recoveries

  • Confidential multi million dollar settlement for truck driver injured in intersection collision.
  • $1.21 million dollars settlement for family of Cumberland County resident killed in head-on collision with truck for wrongful death and survival action.
  • Confidential six-figure settlement of Class Action against local facility that had failed to test their wells… Continue reading

Multi-State Environmental Agreements: Constitutional Violations or Legitimate State Coordination?

Ms. Maxwell is the author of “Multi-State Environmental Agreements: Constitutional Violations or Legitimate State Coordination?” Penn State Environmental Law Review Vol. 15, Number 2. Her comment regards the constitutional issues facing New England’s attempt to curb the regional emission of carbon dioxide through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).

 

Do we have an agreement?

Mr. VanLandingham is the author of “Do we have an agreement? Examining the constitutionality and legality of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, and the legal ramifications of its informality,” Penn State International Law Review, Volume 27, Number 3/4, Spring 2009, 937.

 

Success Runs Wild: Pennsylvania Game Commission and Balancing

Mr. Rice is the author of “Success Runs Wild: Pennsylvania Game Commission and Balancing Between Management and Survival of an Overpopulated Deer Herd that Poses a Potential Threat.” His comment was published in the Penn State Environmental Law Review, Winter 2002, Volume 11.

 

Workers’ Compensation Law Speciality Certification

Daniel K. Deardorff, Esquire, of Martson Deardorff Williams Otto Gilroy & Faller in Carlisle has been certified as a specialist in the practice of workers’ compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association Worker’s Compensation Law Section.  Mr. Deardorff is the only attorney Board Certified in Workers’ Compensation Law with… Continue reading

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