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.
Mette, Evans & Woodside hosted a conference for local Inns of Court leaders in June 2018 at its office.
Mette, Evans & Woodside attorneys Kathryn L. Simpson, James L. Goldsmith and Michael A. Farrell were named as top attorneys in Pennsylvania by Super Lawyers. Attorney Victoria P. Edwards was also recognized by Super Lawyer as a Rising Star. The Super Lawyers honor is reserved for attorneys who exhibit excellence in their legal practice, with just five percent achieving the recognition in the state.
Paul Bruder, Shareholder at Mette, Evans & Woodside, has been selected to serve on Pennsylvania’s Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan, Phase III Stormwater Workgroup.
The Court decided in Attorneys Farrell and Edward’s favor that the Workers’ Compensation Judge does not have jurisdiction to review a Utilization Review Determination where the Provider under review fails to provide medical records to the reviewer. The Court also held that denying the Claimant the right to a hearing did not violate the Claimant’s right to due process because the Claimant does not have a property interest in his future medical treatment.