March 3, Unemployment Compensation: Facts and Procedural History Petitioner worked full-time as a Patient Transport for Crothall Healthcare Employer from September 1,until his last day of employment on March 1,
Doing Business with the Court Copy and Fee Requirements Certain filings with the Court require a fee that must be paid at the time of filing. All documents must comply with the general requirements of Pa.
Filing on Paper — See Pa. Please provide an additional copy and a self-addressed postage paid envelope if you wish to have a file-stamped copy returned. To facilitate scanning, Pa.
In addition to the required copies, parties filing paper documents are encouraged but not required to file an electronic copy of every paper document in PDF format on a disc, flash drive, or similar electronic medium.
Follow the Copy and Fee Requirements link below for specific information on fees, the number of required copies of paper filings, and the system requirements for electronic copies of paper filings.
Within seven days of submission of an electronically filed document, the filer must submit to the court a bound paper version of the electronic filing with as many bound copies as the court requires.
To ensure that the paper version submitted is the same as the electronically filed document, the paper version should be a printed copy of the electronically file-stamped document that was returned to the filer after acceptance by PACFile. Follow the Copy and Fee Requirements link below for specific information on fees and the required paper version and copies of electronically filed documents.
PACFile is a service that provides attorneys and pro se litigants the option to file documents electronically on new and existing Commonwealth Court cases. Upon the completion and payment of a filing, it will be transmitted to the court for processing.
Registering for a secure user account is necessary in order to use this service. Filing a Brief Before filing an appellate brief, make sure all requirements are met. Submitting a brief that does not comply with the rules of procedure may result in the appellate action being dismissed or a party being precluded from filing a brief.
For detailed information on the requirements for filing a brief and what to include, review the Rules of Appellate Procedure. The following resources are available to assist filers in preparing and filing appellate briefs: Where to File a Brief Election Court The Commonwealth Court has jurisdiction to hear objections to nomination petitions and papers for statewide office.
Persons filing and responding to such petitions should consult the relevant materials in the links below. In particular, those filing objections to nomination petitions or papers must comply with the Notice and Order directing use of a spreadsheet when filing such objections.
The spreadsheet provided may be downloaded for use in preparing and filing objections in accordance with the Notice and Order.The length of a reply brief is set by Pa.R.A.P.
(length of briefs). The due date for a reply brief is found in Pa.R.A.P. (a) (service and filing of briefs).
Where there are cross appeals, the deemed or designated appellee may file a similarly limited reply brief addressing issues in the cross appeal. Majken Van Duser (Claimant) appeals from the order of the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review (UCBR) that affirmed the referee's denial of benefits and the assessment of a fault overpayment subject to repayment.
For the final filing after the Appellate Court Clerk's Office has accepted the appeal brief, do everything required above except make sure The cover paper is the correct color depending on the type of appeal brief and is a heavier quality than the rest of the pages.
Opinion for J. Banks v.
UCBR — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information. As noted above, much of the Commonwealth Court's precedent related to the VLO Proviso originates in a very brief opinion in W.R.
UCBR, 71 rutadeltambor.com 86, A.2d (rutadeltambor.com), where the court found the VLO Proviso applied to an employee who accepted a layoff offer with recall rights. In theory, every law school graduate should know something about how to write an effective appellate brief.
After all, first-year legal writing classes in law school often concentrate on that skill.