The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has dismissed as improvidently granted appeals in two multimillion-dollar asbestos cases that touched on what impact the seminal products liability ruling, Tincher v. Omega Flex, should have on defective warning claims.

The justices entered per curiam orders Nov. 22 in Amato v. Bell & Gossett and Vinciguerra v. Bayer CropScience dismissing the cases, which were argued before the court in the fall. The one-line entries on the dockets only say that the appeals were improvidently granted.

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