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James M. Beck of Reed Smith. James M. Beck of Reed Smith.

Three recent Pennsylvania appellate cases decided procedural issues of interest to appellate practitioners. First, most observers expected the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s recent Trigg v. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, ___ A.3d ___, 2020 Pa. Lexis 2240 (Pa. April 22, 2020), decision to settle the ongoing issue of how voir dire must be conducted in Allegheny County and by extension throughout the state. Trigg did not reach that issue, because of that bugaboo of appellate practitioners—the waiver.

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