Pa. high court to interpret state’s sunshine law

From Law 360: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court announced Tuesday that it would review a Commonwealth Court finding interpreting the state's Sunshine Law to conclude that a state agency did not engage in “deliberation” behind closed doors when it reached a final decision at a later time.

The Commonwealth Court concluded that no deliberations had occurred when the Richmond Township Board of Supervisors held four closed-door meetings with opposing parties in pending litigation to discuss how to vote on the terms of a potential settlement agreement.