Clark Hill attorney Jonathan Hugg quoted in The Scranton Times-Tribune article on city’s revised contract with police union
Clark Hill attorney Jonathan Hugg was quoted in The Scranton Times-Tribune article “Scranton police pact aims to reduce overtime, increase efficiency.” Hugg commented on the significance of concessions by the police union to the City of Scranton.
Hugg is a member of the firm’s Commercial and Corporate Litigation practice group. He concentrates on business and appellate litigation, with an emphasis on financial institution, real estate, regulatory enforcement, and municipal matters.
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