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Josh J.T. Byrne, Swartz Campbell Josh J.T. Byrne, Swartz Campbell

In the unpublished decision, Clark v. Stover, No. 1474 MDA 2018, 2019 Pa. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 2910 (Aug. 1, 2019), a unanimous panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court recently reaffirmed some of the core principles regarding the statute of limitations in legal malpractice cases. The Clark case involved a claim of legal malpractice arising out of a will contest brought by the brother and mother of the decedent. The decedent’s will left specific bequests to a number of individuals and charities, but made no provisions for his relatives including his brother (David) and mother (Monica) (collectively, the Clarks).  The Clarks retained Jeffrey Stover of Stover McLaughlin to contest the will asserting undue influence by one of the individuals who received a bequest.

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