In the latest chapter in the fight over the estate of famed trial lawyer James E. Beasley Sr., his old firm is appealing a decision that its claim against another law firm for alleged abuse of civil process was filed too late.

The Beasley Firm, as well as managing member James E. Beasley Jr. and his sister, Dr. Pamela J. Beasley, have filed an appeal to the Superior Court from Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Albert J. Snite’s decision that their claims against Young Ricchiuti Caldwell & Heller are time-barred.

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