Clark Hill Attorney Jonathan Hugg Quoted, "Stakes in school bus accident: $14M or $500K," The Philadelphia Inquirer - May 2014
– Clark Hill Attorney Jonathan Hugg is quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer regarding how governmental immunity under Pennsylvania law reduced a $14 million damages award from a school bus accident to just $500,000.
Hugg is a Member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group concentrating on commercial and appellate litigation, with an emphasis on financial institution, regulatory enforcement, municipal, and lender liability matters.
to read “Rethinking Governmental Immunity in Pennsylvania” authored by Hugg, published in the October 29, 2013 edition of the Pennsylvania Law Weekly.
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