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


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

“Sunshine Week” Recognizes Every Citizen’s “Right-to-Know”

"Openness and transparency are fundamental to American Democracy," leading PA Attorney says… Read On

Nauman Smith Attorney Named Solicitor for Paxtang Borough

Attorney J. Stephen Feinour has been appointed Solicitor for the Borough of Paxtang..… Read On

“Right-to-Know” Law Will Impact Zoning, Land Use Issues in Pennsylvania

As the revised 1957 Right-to-Know Law moves to the Governor's desk, land use Attorney J. Stephen Feinour says that the new law will likely soon impact on the way business is conducted in a wide range of zoning, land use, and real estate issues across the state… Read On

PA Right-to-Know Law

The following interview with Attorney Craig J. Staudenmaier discusses key points in the new Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law which will likely be signed into law today by Governor Rendell… Read On

PHEAA To Pay Legal Fees in RTK Case; New Law Expected Today?

A Commonwealth Court found PHEAA, the state student-loan agency, "willfully disregarded the Right-to-Know Law" in fighting media requests for expenditure records, which included "lavish board expenditures," and said there was no legitimate reason for PHEAA to delay access to these records for 20 months… Read On

Nauman Smith Managing Partner Wins Five-Year Fight for Open Records Case

Staudenmaier reacts to decision requiring PSU to disclose Paterno, other salaries HARRISBURG, PA. – Nauman Smith Managing Partner Craig Staudenmaier, who represented the Patriot News in its five-year fight requiring PA State Employees Retirement System to release the salaries of Football Coach Joe Paterno and others, is available to comment on the PA Supreme Court’s decision… Read On

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