March 6, 2019

Kevin McKeon, co-founder of Pennsylvania Appellate Advocate, recently shared insights with Law360 regarding the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania’s amendment to Pa. R.A.P. 126, which now provides that unpublished “non-precedential” opinions issued by the Superior Court of Pennsylvania after May 1, 2019 (thus, unpublished non-precedential opinions issued on and after May 2, 2019) may be cited for their persuasive value. 

Kevin McKeon, partner at Hawke, McKeon & Sniscak, LLP, represents a diverse array of clients before Pennsylvania state agencies, and state and federal appellate courts. A co-author of West’s Pennsylvania Appellate Practice and immediate past chair of the Pennsylvania Appellate Court Procedural Rules Committee, Kevin uses his comprehensive knowledge of Pennsylvania appellate procedural rules to guide clients through complex appellate proceedings.