In Pennsylvania, what would typically be referred to as motions to dismiss under Rule 12 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and similar rules in many states are referred to as “Preliminary Objections” under Rule 1028 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure. Rule 1028 provides that preliminary objections may be filed by any […]
About Dana W. Horton
Dana Horton has been a lawyer with Thomson, Rhodes & Cowie, P.C. since June of 1999. Prior to practicing with TR&C, she practiced in New Jersey and Washington. Ms Horton’s practice focuses on the development and litigation of medical malpractice cases. In addition to related investigations and discovery, she works closely with expert witnesses in the preparation of cases for trial. In her practice, Ms. Horton represents hospitals, private practice groups, physicians, nurses, and other medical providers across Pennsylvania. Ms. Horton also has experience with insurance claims handling.