November 4, 2019

PA Court Strikes Down Statutory Seven-Year Statue of Repose as Violative of State’s Constitution

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has struck down the statutory seven-year statute of repose as violative of the state’s constitution. Justice Sallie Updike Mundy, in the majority […]
June 13, 2019

Florida Justices to Mull Insurer’s Ability to Sue Law Firm

The Florida Supreme Court will review and hear oral argument on a lower court’s decision denying the ability of an insurance carrier to file a legal […]
April 30, 2019

PA Permits Expert Testimony Outside Four Corners of Report With Notice

The Pennsylvania Superior Court recently affirmed that testimony outside the scope of a medical malpractice expert’s report was permissible where the opposing party was on notice […]
October 3, 2018

New Jersey Affidavit of Merit Changes

On September 1, 2018, New Jersey effectuated new Rules of Court including additions on the affidavit of merit requirement that jurists hope will alleviate frequent motion […]
August 15, 2018

Pennsylvania Superior Court Extends Statute of Limitations in Medical Malpractice Actions

Pennsylvania Superior Court Extends Statute of Limitations in Medical Malpractice Actions, Holding that a Plaintiff has Two Years from the Death of Loved One to Bring […]
February 18, 2016

Third Circuit Affirms: Duty to Defend an Additional Insured in a Bodily Injury Action Brought by the Named Insured’s Employee

Yesterday, the Third Circuit published a precedential opinion holding that Westfield Insurance Company must provide a defense to its additional insured in a personal injury lawsuit […]
October 28, 2015

Pennsylvania Court Refuses to Recognize a Civil Cause of Action for Data Breach Claims

June 2015. Feel free to direct questions or comments to Patrick Healey. Judge R. Stanton Wettick, Jr. of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas recently […]