Municipal Authority Sewer Construction Assessments Upheld

Rudolph Clarke attorney Lauren Gallagher won a significant victory for the Northampton, Bucks County, Municipal Authority, successfully arguing that an appeal to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was not justified in a case against the owners of 11 non-residential properties. Pennsylvania law allows the Authority to recover the costs of construction from properties benefitted by the…

73rd Annual PA Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA)

73rd Annual PA Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA)

Rudolph Clarke, LLC participated in the 73rd Annual PA Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA) conference which was held in Lancaster, PA from August 23-26. Partner, Mike Clarke joined Traffic Planning and Design, Inc., RBC Capital Markets, and Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP in delivering an update to solicitors on Municipal Finance. This update outlined the…


Attorney Alexander Glassman Featured in Article on Sale Notice Requirements

Rudolph Clarke attorney Alexander Glassman was featured in an article in The Legal Intelligencer dealing with notice of tax sales and how the Commonwealth Court has handled recent cases. According to the article, the court has made clear in reported and unreported decisions that authorities must follow specific procedures before making a tax sale. While…


Featured Tenant: Rudolph Clarke, LLC

It was our pleasure to be the “Featured Tenant” in the Quarterly Publication by Korman Commercial Properties, Inc. and Neshaminy Interplex, who has been voted the best of Bucks County for 2012, 2013, and 2014. To read more about Rudolph Clarke, LLC’s history and some key features of our company please view the article below….


Water Authority Wins Major Appellate Victory

Rudolph Clarke attorney Peter Amuso recently won a significant victory for the Warwick Township Water and Sewer Authority in front of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, successfully arguing that the Court should reverse a trial judge’s award of damages against the Authority.  During a six-day jury trial in 2013, Peter convinced a jury to hold…