A Philadelphia judge has indicated in a recent opinion that appeals may be tossed due to prolix Rule 1925(b) statements even in the complex realm of asbestos litigation.

The defense’s appellate brief in Bates v. John Crane consisted of 13 pages containing assertions of nine possible errors during the case’s 2005 trial process, according to Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge James Murray Lynn’s decision.

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