Mette, Evans & Woodside is pleased to announce the promotion of Jacob Kiessling to shareholder, effective January 1, 2022.
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Attorney Jacob H. Kiessling testified before the Pennsylvania Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee, Chaired by Senator Elder Vogel (R-47) on September 21, 2021.
Attorney Jacob H. Kiessling Featured as Presenter in 3-Part Series on Solar Energy and Leasing Practices in Pennsylvania
On September 8, 2021, Attorney Jacob H. Kiessling was the featured presenter for Part 3 of a three-part webinar series titled “Navigating the Leasing Process of Utility Scale Solar in Pennsylvania,” which was hosted by the Penn State Extension and Pennsylvania Farm Bureau.
Prior to 2018, the majority of solar leases entered into by land owners were for the production of on-farm electricity.
For nearly five decades, Pennsylvania landowners, particularly the State’s farmers, have benefitted from the preferential tax assessment program known as Clean and Green.
The second in a series of articles that addresses topics related to solar leases that are important to landowners.
The nature of agricultural land, being undeveloped and of high acreage, makes Pennsylvania’s farmland ideal for commercial solar projects.
One of the biggest issues faced by partners of family-owned businesses is dealing with co-owning family members as business partners, rather than as family members.
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.
Since 2015, the laws surrounding Power of Attorney have significantly changed resulting in specific powers to be granted in the document in order to be effective. If your Power of Attorney document was drafted before 2015, you should consult with an experienced attorney for updates.
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