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Nauman Smith Rail Group Celebrates 130 Years of Pennsylvania Railroad Industry Service

Nauman Smith Shissler & Hall will celebrate its 130th year of service to the Pennsylvania railroad industry this year, Craig Staudenmaier, Managing Partner of the firm announced today. "We are exceptionally proud of the firm's historic record of service to the railroad industry," Staudenmaier said. "It is certainly gratifying to look back and see how our attorneys over two centuries have helped shaped the industry in Pennsylvania, a true "Keystone Corridor" system of Class I and short line railroads… Read On

Nauman Smith attorney appointed Solicitor of Upper Allen Township

Nauman Smith attorney J. Stephen Feinour has been appointed Solicitor for Upper Allen Township in Cumberland County by the Township Board of Commissioners. Upper Allen Township was formed in 1850 and became a First Class Township in 1967… Read On

Judge Rules Media May Twitter During Trial

Nauman Smith Attorney Craig Staudenmaier successfully argued on behalf of the Harrisburg Patriot-News against a defense motion to block reporters and others from using Twitter to provide real time updates on the upcoming trial of former House Democratic Whip Mike Veon and three former aids… Read On

Nauman Smith Attorney Craig Staudenmaier quoted in Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

Harrisburg attorney and right-to-know expert Craig Staudenmaier pointed out that the state's new open-records law exempts records holding Social Security numbers from public inspection… Read On

What Every Lawyer in Cumberland County Needs to Know

Nauman Smith Managing Partner, Craig J. Staudenmaier, Esq. and Partner Guy P. Beneventano, Esq., will conduct a Cumberland County Bar Association seminar to provide the most current and relevant information about the new PA Right-to-Know Law, activated last January and already influencing the way the public interacts with government agencies… Read On

Right-to-Know Update

An Agency's Audio Recordings of Public Meetings are a Public Record..… Read On

Q/A Terry Mutchler, Executive Director, PA Office of Open Records

Right - To - Know Question and Answer session, Craig J. Staudenmaier, Esq. of Nauman Smith and Terry Mutchler… Read On

Nauman Smith Attorney Retained by the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees

Nauman Smith Attorney Suzanne S. Friday, a tax, estate planning, and non-profit expert… Read On

Right-to-Know – Open Records

The reception focused on welcoming Terry Mutchler, to her new position as Executive Director, Pennsylvania Office of Open Records, and the overall importance of the issue at hand… Read On

“Right-to-Know”

Strong citizen participation anticipated in "Right-to-Know" Public Information Requests… Read On


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