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Pennsylvania Superior Court, in an en banc opinion, holds that communications between an attorney and expert are not discoverable, absent cause

USA - December 19 2011 In Barrick v. Holy Spirit Hospital of the Sisters of Christian Charity, No. 1856 MDA 2009, 2011 WL 5869510 (Pa. Superior Ct., Nov. 23, 2011) (en banc), the Pennsylvania Superior Court held that discovery of communications between a party's attorney and expert are governed exclusively by Pennsylvania Rule of Civil Procedure 4003.5 and that the communications are not discoverable, except upon a showing of cause....