Hangley Aronchick’s election team secured a favorable decision over the appointment of a neutral third-party custodian to take possession of the voting machines at the center of an ongoing dispute over unauthorized voting-machine inspections. The decision follows a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court earlier this year, which granted the election team’s application to hold in contempt and sanction Fulton County and two of its three commissioners. Read more about the latest decision in this Law360 article, “Election Denier Rejected As Pa. Voting Machine Custodian.”