Pa. Justices Hear UPMC-Highmark Dispute

In a case that could affect the health care of thousands of Pennsylvanians at the end of this year, parties argued Tuesday over the meaning of four sentences in consent decrees between themselves and the state.

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  • UPMC-Highmark Dispute Highlights Busy Argument Session

    By Ben Seal

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to hear two expedited appeals from the Commonwealth Court in an argument session beginning today in Pittsburgh, one of which will impact the health care options of tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians and the business relationship between two of the state's health care powers.

  • Justices Take Up Arbitration Bifurcation Question

    By Max Mitchell

    The state Supreme Court has agreed to take up the issue of whether wrongful-death and survival actions need to be bifurcated so one claim can be arbitrated while the other goes to a jury trial.

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Phila.-Charleston Connections Stressed in Moving Speech on Diversity

The Legal Intelligencer
The connections between Philadelphia and Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., the site of a racially motivated shooting, were stressed by Joseph K. West, the CEO of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association, during The Legal Intelligencer's Diversity Awards Dinner.
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