Pa. Appeals Court To Rehear $2M Construction Contract Row

Law360, Philadelphia (December 20, 2013, 3:43 PM EST) -- A Pennsylvania appeals court has agreed to hold an en banc rehearing of its ruling that a shareholder in a Philadelphia real estate firm could be held personally liable after his company was tagged for failing to pay nearly $2 million in construction bills.

The Superior Court’s Dec. 13 order allowing a rehearing invalidates a three-judge panel’s split decision in October finding that Robert DeBolt, one of the principals of the Philadelphia-based 410 Shurs Lane Developers LLC, could be personally forced to pay portions of the...
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