One of the former Wolf Block lawyers who filed a writ of summons against Cozen O’Connor and then withdrew it told the Pennsylvania Superior Court on Tuesday that Cozen O’Connor can’t seek to reopen the discontinued case to get a ruling that the statute wasn’t tolled considering no one knows what claims would have been raised in the suit to toll in the first place.

“[Cozen O'Connor is] in the same position they were in before the writ was filed,” former Wolf Block lawyer John Loalbo told the three-judge panel.

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