Pa. High Court Won't Touch Consumer Law Jury Trial Row

Law360, Philadelphia (August 14, 2013, 5:39 PM ET) -- A Pennsylvania appellate court ruling that the state’s consumer protection statute does not give an automatic right to a jury trial will stand, this after the Supreme Court announced Wednesday it would not hear an appeal in a case stemming from an insurance dispute.

In a one-page order, the high court declined to take up the dispute between a Pennsylvania couple and the Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America, in which the couple said that the insurer deceived them into buying nine life insurance policies....
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