A body-parts-for-cash scandal that sent three Philadelphia funeral directors to prison last year has sparked a wave of litigation in the state and federal courts, and a recent decision on insurance coverage promises to keep the cases alive.

In a major setback for the insurer, U.S. District Judge Michael M. Baylson refused to declare that allowing insurance coverage for the participants in the scheme would violate public policy.

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