An $18.5 million judgment against Genuardi's Family Markets and Safeway Inc. need not be reduced to present value, an en banc panel of the state Superior Court has ruled.
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When the state Supreme Court ordered the attorney general to produce discoverable documents in the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission corruption cases earlier this month, Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille said that office still needs to review approximately 30 million subpoenaed electronic documents for privilege purposes before turning them over to the defendants.
A quality-of-care review conducted by a plaintiff's health insurance carrier to evaluate an orthopedic surgeon in a medical malpractice action will not be barred from discovery under the Peer Review Protection Act, a trial court judge has ruled.