Stan, Vicki and Don are joined by, Liz Havey, Stacy Wallace, Andy Teitelman, Bob Bolus, and Chris Scott
Liz Havey is a transactional attorney specializing in public and project finance matters involving tax-exempt and taxable bond issues for issuers ranging from municipalities, authorities, school districts, private universities, and hospitals. Liz also counsels municipalities in the monetization through sale or lease of municipal assets such as water/sewer systems. Liz represents corporations and non-profit organizations in corporate governance matters, employment agreements, service agreements and general corporate and securities transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, corporate restructuring, and reorganizations. In addition to her transactional practice, Liz assists clients with their government relations needs, utilizing her long-standing professional relationships with key political players at the state, local, and federal levels.
Commonwealth Court Candidate Stacy Wallace is a resident of Bradford, small business owner, and current president of the McKean County Bar Association, believes her legal experience and values are exactly what Pennsylvania’s judiciary system needs.
After passing the bar in 2004, Wallace pursued a career in law to ensure those less fortunate would have the quality legal representation they deserve— no matter their circumstances. Whether serving her church, volunteering in her community, or advocating for clients in the courtroom, Wallace has always emphasized the importance of justice, kindness, and humility.
Reflecting on her decision to run for office Wallace noted, “From my first judicial clerkship, which inspired me to one day become a judge, and throughout my legal career, I have always respected those who apply restraint from the bench and who stand firm in the rule of law. If elected, I can be counted on to adhere to both the U.S. and Pennsylvania Constitutions, and to uphold our laws in the spirit with which they were intended.”
Unique to Pennsylvania, the Commonwealth Court is one of two statewide intermediate appellate courts. It serves as the trial court for lawsuits filed by or against the Commonwealth, and oversees matters involving local governments, regulatory agencies, and election law. In referencing its important role in Pennsylvania’s court system Wallace concluded, “I hope my unique perspective will strengthen the Commonwealth Court’s ability to rule fairly and justly on behalf of all Pennsylvanians.”