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The justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court have agreed to hear a case alleging the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center was liable for the theft of its employees' identities.
If the state Supreme Court decides a municipal agency cannot be held liable for damages caused by the involuntary movement of a government vehicle, then the motor vehicle exception to governmental immunity under the Tort Claims Act is dead, an attorney told a full complement of the high court Wednesday.
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