Mike Faherty, of Faherty Law Firm in Hershey, PA was the featured speaker at the March 10, 2015 meeting of the Cumberland and Perry Pipeline Awareness meeting in New Cumberland.
On March 5, 2015 Sunoco Pipeline submitted a Petition for Leave to Withdraw Pleadings for the nine remaining petitions which sought findings that the Mariner East 1 pipeline pump stations were exempt from local zoning.
On February 28, 2015 Mike Faherty relocated his eminent domain law practice from a Harrisburg law firm to Faherty Law Firm, 75 Cedar Avenue, Hershey PA 17033.
On February 26, 2015 Mike Faherty attended the meeting of Lebanon Pipeline Awareness. Mike spoke at his alma mater, Lebanon Valley on property rights threatened by private pipelines crossing Pennsylvania.
Mike Faherty served as a contributing author to the Landowners Guide published by the Pipeline Safety Trust. This accurate booklet provides very helpful and extensive information for property owners.
Mike Faherty attended the February 10, 2015 prehearing conference held by Pennsylvania Utility Commission Judges Salapa and Barnes.
Attorney Mike Faherty, below right, the founding attorney of Faherty Law Firm, attended a Lebanon County presentation by Williams Company concerning the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline.
Mike Faherty’s litigation on behalf of property owners progressed to where a Washington County Judge provided an additional stay, or delay, in the consolidation cases to allow for the parties to resolve the cases.
A July 2014 ruling of a Pennsylvania Public Utility Judge favored property owners by finding that the Sunoco Logistics Mariner East 1 project does not qualify as a public utility corporation and accordingly, would not obtain eminent domain power.