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Resuming Jury Trials in PA

September 2, 2020 As life in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania continues its slow march toward fully reopening during the pandemic, the judiciary is one of the last facets of society to welcome the public. For obvious reasons, jury trials have been most affected by the social distancing requirements of the…
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October 6, 2021
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Coverage Denial

What can happen when an insurance company says “no” or “denied” to a claim? Real life stories. A doctor leaves one medical practice to start at another. He then gets sued for malpractice related to treatment he provided while at the first practice. When he advises his prior insurance company…
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September 21, 2021
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Update March 2021

Resumption of Jury Trials in Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties, March 2021 As the pandemic enters its second year of affecting the daily life of residents of the greater Philadelphia area, the Courts of Common Pleas in Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties have recently announced plans to resume jury trials. Philadelphia County…
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March 22, 2021
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Updates December 2020

Pennsylvania Governor Vetoes Bill Affording COVID Liability Protection to Businesses On November 30th, Governor Wolf of Pennsylvania vetoed a bill which sought to protect nursing homes, hospitals, schools, child care centers and other business from liability for COVID‐related lawsuits. The bill would have only shielded those entities from liability for…
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December 2, 2020
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Lawsuits Against Care Facilities

CASE UPDATE BULLETIN: COVID‐19 LAWSUITS AGAINST CARE FACILITIES The impact of COVID‐19 on all types of care facilities has been well documented in the press since the start of the pandemic. Healthcare facilities have stood on the front lines of the pandemic, with limited and sometimes conflicting guidance from state…
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July 15, 2020