Collection efforts have begun against defense attorney Nancy Raynor, who was sanctioned for roughly $1 million for allowing a defense expert to make a prohibited reference to smoking in a lung-cancer-related medical malpractice case.

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Paul P. Panepinto, in Sutch v. Roxborough Memorial Hospital, sanctioned the founder of Malvern, Pa.-based Raynor & Associates for the reference that brought the case to a mistrial. Now, according to the docket, a writ of execution has been filed to garnish Raynor’s assets.

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