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Duane Morris: Pennsylvania Superior Court Holds Communications Between Attorneys, Experts Not Discoverable

In a significant reversal of its prior opinion, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, sitting en banc , has ruled in Barrick v. Holy Spirit Hospital 1 that communications between an attorney and his or her expert witness are not discoverable under the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure. In Barrick...

Duane Morris Alerts and Updates. 2-Disease Rule No More: Pennsylvania Allows Multiple Malignancy Claims

In a decision that impacts all asbestos defendants, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that the so-called "two-disease" rule allows plaintiffs in asbestos cases to file multiple malignancy claims. The state Supreme Court affirmed the Pennsylvania Superior Court's decision in Daley v. A...

Duane Morris LLP: Pa. Superior Court Confirms Statutory Right of Repose for Improvements to Real Estate in Asbestos Cases

The Pennsylvania Superior Court reversed a jury verdict in favor of plaintiffs in an asbestos mesothelioma case, finding that the 12-year statute of repose bars all claims related to improvements constructed on real estate brought beyond the statutory period pursuant to 42 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. §...