It appears the Pennsylvania Superior Court’s New Year’s resolution is to provide more guidance on what it takes to toll the statute of limitations under various circumstances.

In four eclectic cases over the past week, the intermediate appellate court examined the discovery rule in a variety of contexts—from environmental remediation contract disputes and legal malpractice claims to motor vehicle torts and firearms possession bans—only siding with the plaintiff/petitioner in one case.

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