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Dan Twilla, left, and Kathleen Dapper, right, of Burns White. Dan Twilla, left, and Kathleen Dapper, right, of Burns White.

Insurance bad faith practitioners in Pennsylvania are intimately familiar with the case of Berg v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance, in which the trial judge awarded punitive damages in the amount of $18 million and attorney fees of $3 million in June 2014. The Pennsylvania Superior Court vacated the judgment in June 2018, and the case was then appealed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The Supreme Court granted the petition for appeal.

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