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No fees from unrepresented siblings in partition case (access required)

Where appellant, relying on a police report, named the wrong person as the defendant driver in a personal injury case, appellant was entitled to file a new complaint naming the correct person after the statute of limitations expired. Background On ...

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Immunity bars challenge of gun purchase denial (access required)

Where plaintiff claims the state police violated his rights by denying his application to purchase a firearm, sovereign immunity bars the claim. The state police department, as an agent of the commonwealth, has sovereign immunity and there is no express ...

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Patient information that is not ‘patient safety work product’ must be disclosed (access required)

Where a defendant hospital produced redacted records in response to a plaintiff patient’s subpoena duces tecum in this personal injury case, some of the redactions are not privileged and must be disclosed. Background Hite was a patient at Mary Immaculate ...

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Suit filed 39 months after talks ended was prejudicial (access required)

Where plaintiff, the labor and industry commissioner, sued United Parcel Service 39 months after the parties ended discussions on how to resolve a citation the commissioner issued after a fatal accident at a UPS facility, the delay was prejudicial and ...

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