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Superior Court of Pennsylvania Holds Communications Between Attorneys and Experts Are Not Discoverable

In a significant reversal of its prior opinion, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, sitting en banc, has ruled in Barrick v. Holy Spirit Hospital1 that communications between an attorney and his or her expert witness are not...more

Revisions to FRCP Make Communications With Experts Not Discoverable

Effective December 1, 2010, FRCP 26(b)(4)(C) protects communications between a party's attorney and expert witnesses who must provide a report pursuant to FRCP 26(a)(2)(B). Communications are discoverable only where they...more

Revisions to FRCP Make Communications With Experts Not Discoverable

Effective December 1, 2010, FRCP 26(b)(4)(C) protects communications between a party's attorney and expert witnesses who must provide a report pursuant to FRCP 26(a)(2)(B). Communications are discoverable only where they...more

Communications Between Attorney and Testifying Expert Are Discoverable in Pennsylvania

Addressing an issue of first impression in Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Superior Court recently concluded that an attorney's communications with a testifying expert are discoverable. This important decision puts...more

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