A Philadelphia Commerce Court judge has ordered the plaintiff in a tortious interference action to make two of his experts available to be deposed by defense attorneys, finding that the factual basis for an opinion put forward by the experts in a report they jointly prepared was not fully identified.

In Farda v. Chelsea Property Group Inc., which is being handled in the city’s Commerce Case Management Program, Judge Mark I. Bernstein granted a defense motion to depose Richard F. Wolf and Reaves C. Lukens Jr., who had prepared a report for Joseph Farda.

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