Law360 (July 2, 2021, 10:09 p.m. EDT) – Even though the pandemic has kept most of the proceedings online, Pennsylvania courts of appeals have had a busy first half of 2021 as they issued major decisions on the extent of joint and several liability, the norm for some consumer protection law claims, and the viability of business-to-business non-poaching agreements.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court took several major positions during the first half of the year, including setting potential limits on the state’s Fair Share Act, a landmark law largely prohibiting single defendants from being held liable. responsible for all compensation in multi-defendant negligence cases.
In another major Supreme State decision …
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