Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law and Discovery

Office of Open Records LogoEarlier today, I was part of a panel discussion about the Right-to-Know Law as part of the Dauphin County Bar Association’s Bench Bar Conference.

The session was entitled The Right-to-Know Law: Its Use and Abuse as a Discovery Tool.

The discussion was moderated by Craig J. Staudenmaier of Nauman Smith Shissler & Hall. It also featured Judge Terrence Nealon of the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas; Thomas Howell, Deputy General Counsel in the Office of General Counsel; and Joshua D. Bonn of Nauman Smith Shissler & Hall.

It was a great panel and I appreciate being invited to take part.

Here’s the presentation I used:
Dauphin County Bar Association Bench Bar Conference – July 20, 2019 – PDF
Dauphin County Bar Association Bench Bar Conference – July 20, 2019 – PPTX

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