Opposing counsel in a Philadelphia medical malpractice case have filed dueling motions for sanctions after a defense attorney wrote a letter to the general counsel for a plaintiff’s expert’s place of employment.

Plaintiff’s counsel Joseph L. Messa Jr. and Jenimae Almquist of Messa & Associates said in court papers that defense attorney Nancy Raynor of Raynor & Associates in Malvern, Pa., wrote to the senior counsel in the office of general counsel for the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Mary Ellen Nepps.

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