Original Jurisdiction in case of Linda Ziccardi v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of General Services, Bureau of Buildings and Grounds, et al.
Andrew F. Erba, Esq., Marjorie A. Janoski, Esq., and Louis S. Rulli, Esq., for plaintiff.
Robert Schwartz, Asst. Counsel and Nathan C. Pringle, Esq., for respondents.
Bruce M. Ludwig, Esq. of Stephen A. Sheller & Assoc., for Joint Bargaining Committee.
Stephen H. Jordan, Esq., and Louis B. Kushner, Esq., of Rothman Gordon Foreman and Groudine, for Pennsylvania Federation of Teachers.
Robert J. Schwartz, Esq. for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Alaine S. Williams, Esq., for AFSCME.
Robert J. Schwartz, Esq. and John Raup, Esq., and Lee Strickler, Esq., for Dept. of General Services and Ronald E. Lench.
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This court has reconsidered the sovereign immunity basis on which the court's opinion and order of June 8, 1987 granted the Commonwealth's motion for judgment in its favor on the pleadings, with respect to Petitioner Ziccardi's state and federal law claims against the Commonwealth, other than those based on Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act of 1871, 42 U.S.C. § 1983. Counts 2 and 4 of Ziccardi's original jurisdiction petition are the counts under reconsideration.
Not being reconsidered, and therefore confirmed, are this court's holdings in the June 8, 1987 opinion and order (1) that ...