Mette, Evans & Woodside attorneys Veronica L. Boyer and Victoria P. Edwards were recently appointed to serve on the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board as Hearing Committee Members.
Mette, Evans & Woodside announced that attorney Jessica Weaver has joined the firm as Associate.
The law firm of Mette, Evans & Woodside has settled a lawsuit filed on behalf of its client, Press and Journal, Inc., publisher of the Middletown Press & Journal, against the Borough of Middletown, Pennsylvania.
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania has reversed a decision of the Environmental Hearing Board that nullified a Joint Act 537 plan between Hegins and Hubley townships. The plan was the first comprehensive revision to either township’s Act 537 plans since 1967. In the joint plan, the townships proposed the construction of a 600,000-gallon-per-day wastewater treatment […]
The law firm of Mette, Evans & Woodside announced that attorney Matt Coble has joined the firm as shareholder.
Mette, Evans & Woodside announced that attorney Veronica Boyer was named a Shareholder with the law firm effective January 1, 2019. Ms. Boyer joined the firm in May of 2017. Veronica focuses her practice in construction law and litigation as well as commercial, real estate and environmental litigation. She also handles matters involving procurement law and related administrative law issues.
Attorneys Howell C. Mette, James A. Ulsh and Timothy A. Hoy were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers® 2019.
Firm’s Third Annual Book Drive Is Expected To Collect Thousands Of Books
Mette, Evans & Woodside is partnering with RSVP of the Capital Region for their annual children’s book collection drive.
Organization Advocates to Eliminate Sexual Violence Mette, Evans & Woodside attorney Kathryn L. Simpson was recently appointed to the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape Board of Directors.
Mette, Evans & Woodside announces the settlement of a client’s lawsuit against York County, Pennsylvania, alleging violations of the client’s rights under the First Amendment. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Harrisburg.