We are grateful for the generosity of the Lycoming Law Association Foundation's recent donation of $8,240. Their continued support will benefit low-income people who need assistance with their civil legal issues in Lycoming County. Thank you!
NPLS is pleased to announce that it is the beneficiary of residual settlement funds from a consumer class action lawsuit against a Pennsylvania lender for their repossession practices. Andrew Milz, Esq. partner in the consumer protection law firm Flitter Milz, P.C. of Montgomery County, PA, presented a check to NPLS’ Executive Director on January 30, 2017. Pictured from left to right are Victoria Coyle – NPLS Executive Director, Lori Molloy – NPLS Managing Attorney, and Andrew M. Milz, Esq. – Attorney at Flitter Milz, P.C.
Wood Equal Access To Justice Award and Pro Bono Award recipient Jennifer Ayers with PBA President Sara Austin at last night's Lycoming Law Association's Annual Banquet. Attorney Ayers is a former staff attorney at NPLS. Congratulations on a most well-deserved honor!
NPLS Staff Attorney CiCi Stafiuc received a check for $5,000 from the Carbon County Bar Association. We greatly appreciate the support from the Carbon County Bar Association. Their ongoing commitment to helping NPLS serve low-income people in Carbon County gets us one step further in closing the justice gap. Thank you!
Due to reduced funding, the Pennsylvania Office of Unemployment Compensation now has half the staff available to answer calls. The department is highlighting ways to get information to those in need more efficiently. As a person filing for or seeking answers to questions on benefits, there are a number of things you can do to help get answers faster. The content below is taken from the Pennsylvania Office of Unemployment Compensation's website.