PITTSBURGH – A Pennsylvania federal court made a ruling this year using New York law determining that an insurer could rescind its product contamination policy because of an insured’s material misrepresentations made during the application process concerning its loss history.
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PHILADELPHIA — An aircraft pilots association is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit that allowed states to impose their own safety standards in place of federal law.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board in October issued a legal advisory opinion about the ability of breweries, wineries and distilleries to purchase and sell limited winery and distillery products carried in state stores and whether they may be eligible for wholesale discount.
PITTSBURGH — The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) in Pittsburgh has been involved with a civic conundrum over police union member contracts and, as part of an Act 47 challenge, will now head to court over the matter.
HARRISBURG — It will be more difficult for contractors in Pennsylvania to collect payments and legal fees from local and state government agencies withholding payment in bad faith after a recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision.
Court rejects physician's claims that Pottstown Memorial violated Anti-Kickback and False Claims Act
PHILADELPHIA – The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently rejected surgeon Alan Cooper's claim that his on-call contract termination by Pottstown Memorial Medical Center (PMMC) violated the Anti-Kickback Statute and False Claims Act.