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.
EV Charging Stations: Retail & Hospitality's Next Customer Perk
The growing efforts to establish electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructures and networks will create business opportunities, but do you know how to effectively deploy, manage, and optimize your EV charging solutions?
New Jersey Cannabis: Finance, Real Estate, IP and Legal
Cannabis is expected to continue its torrid pace of growth on the East Coast. The Garden State is leading that charge and the four most challenging aspects are finance, real estate, IP and legal.
Costumes & Cocktails, Sponsored by Women in Probate
Please join us at Clark Hill in Chicago for costumes and cocktails, sponsored by the Women in Probate! In addition to coming in a costume, wig, or mask (COVID or otherwise), we ask each attendee to bring an item to benefit Casa Central, an organization that has been providing compassionate and trustworthy care to Latino and other older adults for more than 40 years.