“Can you add to a school board meeting agenda after it has been shared with the public?” Firm Partner Peter Amuso Featured on “Ask the Solicitor,” by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA)

Click the picture above to see Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) “Ask the Solicitor” PSBA video Edition featuring Rudolph Clarke, LLC partner, Peter Amuso, discussing “Can you add items to the agenda after after it was published or posted to the public?”


Local Government Commission Quarterly Legal Update, Issue 1, 2021

The Local Government Commission is e-publishing a Quarterly Legal Update, intended to highlight selected decisions that may have implications for Pennsylvania municipalities. With a focus on reported opinions from our state courts, these decisions may include not only cases in which local governments are parties, but also those that address broader subjects, like statutory construction…


Maria Collett Joins Rudolph Clarke, LLC

Maria Collett has joined Rudolph Clarke.  Maria will be of counsel to the Firm.   She is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania. Maria began her career as an attorney representing the interests of children victimized by abuse and neglect as a Deputy Attorney General in Camden County, New Jersey. She then transitioned to a career in…


Rudolph Clarke Partner, Peter Amuso, PSBA Continuing Legal Education Presenter on Child Safety and Protection in the Virtual Environment

New CLE webinars offered in December/January PSBA is accredited by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board as a provider of continuing legal education (CLE) programs in both in-person and distance learning formats. PSBA CLE programs offer licensed attorneys an opportunity to satisfy mandatory CLE requirements by engaging in expert-level presentations focused on emerging issues arising…


Firm Attorney Leslie DiNapoli Keynote Speaker at American Association of University Women

The American Association of University Women, officially founded in 1881, is a non-profit organization that advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research. Our Voices – Our Actions – Our Votes Matter! Impact The Election: Women In Action Our Moderator: Connie Whitson, Public Policy Co-Chair ~ Suzan Leonard, Magisterial District Judge ~ Ruth Damsker, Upper Gwynedd Township…