The Pennsylvania Superior Court has upheld an $18.5 million verdict against Safeway and Genuardi’s because the grocery store chains didn’t file post-trial motions before appealing to the Superior Court.

The two chains were sued when Safeway, as the successor to Genuardi’s, backed out of a lease deal with developer Newman Development Group of Pottstown. The verdict was said to be the largest out of Chester County in at least 10 years.

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