While the substantive issues of the dispute between insurance companies in a bad-faith case were being appealed to Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court, concerns over the conduct of one of the attorneys in the case were back down at the trial level.

A Pennsylvania Superior Court ruling in December in ACE American Insurance Co. v. Underwriters at Lloyds and Cos. said the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court should not have removed the pro hac vice admission of Atlanta attorney J. Randolph Evans of McKenna Long & Aldridge without giving him warning that his conduct was crossing the line.

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