Friday, June 16, 2006

MDJ court - non-attorney representation

As of October 1, 2006, non-attorneys will be able to represent individuals, partnership, and corporations in MDJ court if they have a) written authorization to do so, and b) "personal knowledge of the subject matter of the litigation."

New MDJ rules, promulgated by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, are published at

Pennsylvania Bulletin of June 17, 2006

- MDJ rules - effective October 1, 2006
representation in MDJ proceedings - attorneys, et al.
counterclaims by defendants
executions ($ and possn.)
notice of judgment/dismissal and right of appeal

- MDJs - code of conduct

- state tax equalization board - 2005 common level ratio

- DPW - MA - fee schedule procedure code changes

- local rules - Dauphin County