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Philadelphia City Hall. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM

The intersection of contract and tort law took center stage Tuesday during the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s oral argument session involving a surviving spouse’s efforts to bring a wrongful death suit after her husband drowned during the 2010 Philadelphia Triathlon.

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Max Mitchell

Max Mitchell is a reporter with The Legal Intelligencer, focusing on litigation in Pennsylvania with a specific emphasis on Philadelphia courts. Follow him on Twitter @MMitchellTLI.

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