The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has denied state Attorney General Kathleen Kane's petition for reinstatement of her law license.
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Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille had spent years working over the issue with his colleagues, trying to form a consensus. For nearly two decades, a question had been kicked around the state Supreme Court: Would Pennsylvania products liability law continue to follow the Restatement (Second) of Torts or would it update its standing and adopt the Third Restatement, published in 1998?
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