What You Need to Know About Public Records and The Right to Know Law in Pennsylvania
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Uncertain how public records apply to you?
Find out what Pennsylvania law has to say about balancing the public's right to information with the individual's right to privacy. If you're involved with a public entity or if you represent the media, you need to know the ins and outs of the state's Right to Know Law.
Purchase these reference materials and get updates on recent developments in the interpretation of this law. These reference materials will get you headed in the right direction to avoid costly mistakes and litigation - order now to stay current and stay in compliance.
Benefits for You
•Navigate Pennsylvania's new Right to Know Law ... what has changed and what has not
•Determine what public records are not subject to disclosure
•Get answers to problems regarding creating, retaining and producing public records
Moderator: Kim de Bourbon, Pennsylvania Freedom of Information Coalition
Marisa L. Cohan, Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare
Steven A. Hann, Esq., Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin
Jason Hess, City of Harrisburg
Chief Robert A. Martin, Susquehanna Township Police Department
Melissa Bevan Melewsky, Pennsylvania Newspaper Association
Terry Mutchler, Pennsylvania Office of Open Records
Hon. Terrence R. Nealon, Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas
Craig J. Staudenmaier, Esq., Nauman Smith Shissler & Hall, LLP