Reversing the Superior Court, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has remanded back to a Montgomery County Common Pleas judge a case in which one of the heirs to the Tylenol fortune sought permission for pre-complaint discovery he expected would bolster his claims that he did not receive his due inheritance.

The five justices that participated in deciding McNeil v. Jordan were not able to reach a consensus about how Pennsylvania’s trial judges should handle requests for pre-complaint discovery.

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